By B. Luderer, L. Minchenko, T. Satsura

ISBN-10: 1441952365

ISBN-13: 9781441952363

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15) Properties of Multivalued Mappings 49 Proof. 51. Let us prove the necessity. ,(zo; z) exist for all y E Y. Suppose DuF(zo; x) i= 0 and take some element y E DuF(zo; x). Then there exist Ck ,J.. 0 and O(ck) such that O(ck)/ck -+ 0 as k -+ 00 and Yo + ckY + O(ck) E F(xo + ckX), k = 1,2, ... From this we conclude dF(ZO+ckZ) = O(ck), where O(ck)/ck -+ 0 for k -+ 00. ,(zo; z) = 0, i. e. Y E DLF(zo; x). Since Y is an arbitrary element from DuF(zo;x), one gets DuF(zo; x) c DLF(zo; x). Takin~ into account the inverse inclusion which always holds, we get that DuF(zo; x) = DLF(zo; x).

Then ~k ~ c;;l(Yk - Vk) satisfies the inequality I~kl ~ I, k = 1,2, ... , i. e. the sequence {~k} is bounded and, without loss of generality, we can consider it to be convergent: ~k ---+ f Comparing the equalities Yk = Yo + ckY and Yk = Vk + ck~k, we get Vk = Yo + ck(Y - ~k) E F(Xk), k = 1,2, ... 50, Y - ~ E Du F(zo; x), i. e. ~ = Y - Yo, where Yo E DuF(zo;x). Thus dF(ZO + ckZ) - dF(ZO) = IYk - vkl = ckl~kl and, therefore, D+dF(ZO; z) = I~I = IY - Yol, i. e. 14) Assume now D+dF(ZO;Z) > p(y,DuF(zo;x)).

C. and uniformly bounded at Xo. c. at xo. 44 Let F : X -t 2Y , G : X -t 2Y and F(xo) n G(xo) =I 0. c. c. at Xo. 45 Let the function f : X -t Y be locally Lipschitz continuous, and let the multivalued mapping G : Y -t 2v be closed and pseudolipschitz continuous at (xo, f(xo)). Show that the mapping F : x t-+ G(f(x)) is pseudolipschitz continuous at {xo} x G(f(xo)). EXERCISE 2. 1 Let X = Rn , Y = Rm , Z = X x Y. We consider the set E c Z. Let us define the lower (resp. upper) tangent cone to E at a point z E E as Ti(z) ~ liminfc- 1 (E - z) c~o and T¥(z) ~ limsupc- 1 (E - z).

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