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Let f1 , ... , f" be convex functions continuous at a point x. Then aU1 V"'V fn)(x) = {. I. 'E T(xj AiX;: ;'i E R+,. where T(x) = {i: f,(x) = (f1 I. 'E T(Xj ;'i = 1, x' E o/;(X)}, v.. ·V fnHx)}. The theorems stated here are fundamental to the subdifferential calculus. They are all proved by similar means and, as a matter of fact, aU are equivalent to the separation theorem. Using the theorems and formulae of the previous sections these results are automatic. Theorem 5a) was first proved by Rockafellar, 5b) and 7 by A.

1) then this sphere is denoted simply by B;, and if p or B; the parallelopiped: B:;'(a) = {x E R": IXil ~ ai' 1 ~ i ~ = 2 then by Bn n}; the octahedron: B1(a) = {x R i~ E n: IxJail ~ I} (Fig. 18); Amongst the convex cones in R" we mention the right circular cones: 0< x < n/2, where a is a vector in R n of unit length. Let us give several more examples of the description of finite-dimensional convex sets and convex cones. 26 I. Convex Analysis Fig. 18 Subspaces in R n are described by a homogeneous system of equations: L = {x ERn: t aijXj J=l = 0, i = 1, ...

11 4 , (jn(Al coU A z) l~ [,u(A l coU A 2) l~zl(,uAl cO,I\,uA z) z~ I,uAl l~ onAl V onA2 = o(nAl V l,uA z n nA z). 111 1 , follows from the definitions. III z · SeAl EfI A z) ~ ,un(A1l±! 1 co/\ S A Z. III 4 . 1 Formulae lVI' IVz , VI and Vz follow from II l -1I 4 ,ifwe take account of Li uK = -nK. = nL, 51 Chapter 2. Convex Calculus § 4. Subdifferential Calculus In this section we discuss the fundamental theorems on subdifferentials. 1. The Simplest Properties of Subdifferentials. 3 of Chapter 1 the subdifTerential af(x) of a function f at a point x was defined as the set {y E Y: f(x) - f(x) ~ (x - x, y) "ix E X}.