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Topic: Generalized Cauchy-Schwarz
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Re: Generalized Cauchy-Schwarz
Posted: Apr 11, 2012 5:57 PM
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Kaba wrote:
> Kaba wrote:
> > Therefore, sharpening the problem, the problem is to characterize when
> > triangle inequality holds if B is indefinite.

> Let's not forget:
> Triangle inequality holds for f
> <=>
> The sublevel sets of f are convex (f is quasiconvex).
> <=>
> The f is convex.
> Here quasi-convexity happens to be equivalent to convexity although I am
> not sure why (possibly because of homogenuity of f).

Scrap that. Quasiconvexity does not imply triangle inequality or
convexity here. The following hold:

Triangle inequality holds for f
The f is convex


The f is convex
The sublevel sets of f are convex (f is quasiconvex).


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