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This publication examines summary convex research and offers the result of contemporary examine, particularly on parametrizations of Minkowski style dualities and of conjugations of style Lau. It explains the most techniques via instances and specified proofs.

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For any index set I we have X G,inf h, = inf X G ' h i iEi A, G,hvd 3". 130) d (G 2 F , hey, de R). 71)) of the singleton {y}. Moreover, in these cases E of 1° is uniquely determined, namely EGAD = ( y E F I X (G vI (W) = 0) E 2, w E W). 120) of it E . 133) (inCidentally, it also proves the implication 30 ) . 3". 135) 0). 132). 1'. 136) 32 Introduction: From Convex Analysis to Abstract Convex Analysis where Epi h = ((p, d) EFxRI h(y) { cil, the epigraph of h. 136) follows. 138) R). 136), for any strong niveloid T : –R- F —> T?

1c. Indeed, let X be a set. 29) E F, and the functions f G F are called convex with respect to T, or T-convex. In particular, the set F of all (usual) convex functions on Rn, and many other sets of functions, are convexity systems. On the other hand, observe that the (usual) convex —> R are those that coincide with their convex hull fc„, defined functions f : (for every function f : R" —> R) by L ni f(x) =- inf / rn Xi E X, Jk. ; 0 (i = 1, . . 33) (fu)v = f, and an abstract sort of "convexity" by calling a function f : X —> R convex with respect to y, or v-convex, if f = f„.

See Hiirmander [122], [123]). However, in the present book we will not consider complex convexity of sets and functions. The approach to abstract convexity of sets via hull operators is equivalent to the approach via convexity systems. 23) BEB GCB is a hull operator such that a set G c X is B-convex if and only if it is u-convex. Thus both approaches encompass the same particular cases. For example, the closed subsets of a topological space X are those that are "convex" with respect to the usual closure operator u(G) = G (the closure of G in X).

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