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8) and Define f1 on S1 by Then f1 = f on S and f1 is linear on S1 . 7). 8) will show that f1 ≤ p on S1 . Since E is finite-dimensional, repeating the above process finitely many times yields φ as desired. We are now ready to relate subgradients more precisely to directional derivatives. 19 (Max formula). Suppose f : E → (−∞, +∞] is convex and x¯ ∈ core dom f . Then for any d ∈ E, f (¯x; d) = max{ φ, d : φ ∈ ∂f (¯x)}. 9) In particular, the subdifferential ∂f (¯x) is nonempty. Proof. 17). 1 Continuity and subdifferentials 29 by (td) := tα for t ∈ R.

11) 0 The following exercise provides a fine convexity characterization of the -function. 24 (Bohr–Mollerup theorem). † Show the gamma-function is the unique function f mapping the positive half-line to itself such that (a) f (1) = 1, (b) xf (x) = f (x + 1) and (c) log f is a convex function. Hint. 3) to show is as desired. Conversely, let g := log f . ) and convexity of g implies that x log(n) ≤ (n + 1 + x) − g(n + 1) ≤ x log(n + 1). Thus, 0 ≤ g(x) − log 1 n! nx ≤ log 1 + . x(x + 1) · · · (x + n) n Take limits to show n!

7) f1 (x + tx1 ) := f (x) + tα for all x ∈ S, t ∈ R. 8) and Define f1 on S1 by Then f1 = f on S and f1 is linear on S1 . 7). 8) will show that f1 ≤ p on S1 . Since E is finite-dimensional, repeating the above process finitely many times yields φ as desired. We are now ready to relate subgradients more precisely to directional derivatives. 19 (Max formula). Suppose f : E → (−∞, +∞] is convex and x¯ ∈ core dom f . Then for any d ∈ E, f (¯x; d) = max{ φ, d : φ ∈ ∂f (¯x)}. 9) In particular, the subdifferential ∂f (¯x) is nonempty.