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This is an example of a Lipschitz continuous function that is not differentiable.
More generally, a norm on a vector space is Lipschitz ...

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Jan 14, 2012 ... This is a basic introduction to Lipschitz conditions within the context of differential
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Jun 17, 2014 ... The condition was first considered by Lipschitz in [Li] in his study of the .... by C 0 ,
α ( Ω ) , which are just particular examples of Hölder spaces.

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Jun 12, 2007 ... example of Lipschitz condition ..... Thus, since b , b - ε ∈ [ a , b ] b b ε a b b,b-\
varepsilon\in[a,b] and by the definition of the Lipschitz condition, ...

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linear polynomial is the first interesting example to consider. Suppose the linear
function .... Example 12.7. f(x) = x2 is Lipschitz continuous on I = [−8, 8] with Lips-.

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Apr 30, 2002 ... (a) Which of the following functions satisfy the Lipschitz condition on y? .... Two
different solutions of the initial-value problem are, for example,.

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The Lipschitz condition as given in (1.1) is a purely metric condi- ... appear as
examples of functions of bounded variation, and it is proved. Lectures at the 14th
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Assume h : R → R is continuous on R and let K = {x : h(x)=0}. .... Suppose f is
uniformly continuous with Lipschitz constant M. Let ϵ > 0. ... The basic example.

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Dec 5, 2012 ... ODE's without a Lipschitz condition ... The student asked for an example of a (non
-Lipcshitz) f ( x , y ) such that there is no solution. Of course ...

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is called a Lipschitz function. For example, any function with a bounded first
derivative must be Lipschitz. SEE ALSO: Lipschitz Condition. Portions of this
entry ...