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Rademacher's Theorem and Cheeger Derivatives

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by James Gill, SLU

What
  • Analysis Seminar
When Fri, Mar 27, 2015
from 03:10 PM to 04:00 PM
Where Ritter Hall 222
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Rademacher's Theorem asserts that Lipschitz functions are almost everywhere differentiable in Euclidean space.  In 1999 Cheeger showed that this result is also true in much more general types of metric spaces.  What is a derivative in this setting?  This will be the first of a series of talks on Cheeger's construction.  Anyone with knowledge of measure theory should be able to follow along.

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