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Enlarged Inclusion of Subdifferentials

  • Lionel Thibault (a1) and Dariusz Zagrodny (a2)
Abstract

This paper studies the integration of inclusion of subdifferentials. Under various verifiable conditions, we obtain that if two proper lower semicontinuous functions f and g have the subdifferential of f included in the γ-enlargement of the subdifferential of g, then the difference of those functions is γ-Lipschitz over their effective domain.

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