Bernstein - Doetsch type theorems for set-valued maps of strongly and approximately convex and concave type

Carlos González, Kazimierz Nikodem, Z. Páles, Gari Roa

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Abstract

In this paper, we investigate properties of set-valued mappings that establish connection between the values of this map at two arbitrary points of the domain and the value at their midpoint. Such properties are, for instance, Jensen convexity/concavity, K-Jensen convexity/concavity (where K is the set of nonnegative elements of an ordered vector space), and approximate/strong K-Jensen convexity/concavity. Assuming weak but natural regularity assumptions on the set-valued map, our main purpose is to deduce the convexity/concavity consequences of these properties in the appropriate sense. Our two main theorems will generalize most of the known results in this field, in particular the celebrated Bernstein - Doetsch Theorem from 1915, and thus they offer a unified view of these theories.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)229-252
Number of pages24
JournalPublicationes Mathematicae
Volume84
Issue number1-2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Set-valued Map
Concavity
Convexity
Theorem
Ordered Vector Space
Property of set
Set-valued Mapping
Midpoint
Deduce
Regularity
Non-negative
Generalise
Arbitrary

Keywords

  • Approximate convexity
  • K-Jensen convexity/concavity
  • Set-valued map
  • Strong convexity
  • Takagi transformation

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Bernstein - Doetsch type theorems for set-valued maps of strongly and approximately convex and concave type. / González, Carlos; Nikodem, Kazimierz; Páles, Z.; Roa, Gari.

In: Publicationes Mathematicae, Vol. 84, No. 1-2, 2014, p. 229-252.

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González, Carlos ; Nikodem, Kazimierz ; Páles, Z. ; Roa, Gari. / Bernstein - Doetsch type theorems for set-valued maps of strongly and approximately convex and concave type. In: Publicationes Mathematicae. 2014 ; Vol. 84, No. 1-2. pp. 229-252.
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