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Several First, if facts about p throughout p ever assumes the relative follow directly the value -~, then it has the value interior of its effective the value of the original program is finite case cannot occur, must be continuous rel-int p (dom (p)) by 10d). throughout @ cint so from its convexity. , hence if -~ < p(@)), this throughout is subdifferentiable interior by 8d). is continuous domain; -~ In particular, if and subdifferentiable on some 0-nbhd. d) Theorem. ordinary The set of Lagrange multiplier convex program Proof.

Several First, if facts about p throughout p ever assumes the relative follow directly the value -~, then it has the value interior of its effective the value of the original program is finite case cannot occur, must be continuous rel-int p (dom (p)) by 10d). throughout @ cint so from its convexity. , hence if -~ < p(@)), this throughout is subdifferentiable interior by 8d). is continuous domain; -~ In particular, if and subdifferentiable on some 0-nbhd. d) Theorem. ordinary The set of Lagrange multiplier convex program Proof.

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