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Now make a convex combination of those inner products; videlicet, for 0 ≤ µ ≤ 1 µ vwT , C1 + (1 − µ) vwT , C2 = vwT , µ C1 + (1 − µ)C2 The two sides are equivalent by linearity of inner product. The right-hand side remains a vector inner-product of vwT with an element µ C1 + (1 − µ)C2 from the convex set C ; hence, it belongs to Y . Since that holds true for any two elements from Y , then it must be a convex set. 2. 1 Definition. Isomorphic. An isomorphism of a vector space is a transformation equivalent to a linear bijective mapping.

A halfspace is partially bounded by a hyperplane; its interior therefore excludes that hyperplane. An affine set has no relative boundary. 1 Theorem. Intersection. 5] Intersection of an arbitrary collection of convex sets {Ci } is convex. For a finite collection of N sets, a necessarily nonempty intersection of relative N interior N i=1 rel int Ci = rel int i=1 Ci equals relative interior of intersection. ⋄ And for a possibly infinite collection, Ci = Ci . In converse this theorem is implicitly false insofar as a convex set can be formed by the intersection of sets that are not.

The converse also holds; id est, a Cartesian product is convex iff each set is. 23] Convex results are also obtained for scaling κ C of a convex set C , rotation/reflection Q C , or translation C + α ; each similarly defined. 5) of a convex function must be convex, it generally holds that inverse image (Figure 15) of a convex function is not. 1 Theorem. Inverse image. Let f be a mapping from Rp×k to Rm×n . [308, 3] The image of a convex set C under any affine function f (C) = {f (X) | X ∈ C} ⊆ Rm×n (31) is convex.

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