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The word convex means curving out or bulging outward. Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wiktionary is a Wikimedia Foundation project intended to be a free wiki dictionary (hence: Wiktionary) (including thesaurus and lexicon) in every language. ...

Convex or convexity may refer to:


  • Convex set, a set of points containing all line segments between each pair of points
  • Convex function, a function with the epigraph (the set of points lying on or above the graph) forming a convex set
  • Convex polygon, a polygon which forms a convex set
  • Convex hull, the minimal convex set containing a set of points X
  • Convex combination, a linear combination of points with non-negative coefficients that sum up to 1
  • Convex conjugate, is a generalization of the Legendre transformation

Finance: Look up Convex set in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... In mathematics, convex function is a real-valued function f defined on an interval (or on any convex subset C of some vector space), if for any two points x and y in its domain C and any t in [0,1], we have Convex function on an interval. ... A convex pentagon In geometry, a convex polygon is a simple polygon whose interior is a convex set. ... Convex Hull: Elastic band analogy // Alternative definitions In mathematics, the convex hull or convex envelope for a set of points X in a real vector space V is the minimal convex set containing X. (Note that X may be the union of any set of objects made of points). ... A convex combination is a linear combination of data points (which can be vectors or scalars) where all coefficients are positive and sum up to 1. ... In mathematics, two differentiable functions f and g are said to be Legendre transforms of each other if their first derivatives are inverse functions of each other: f and g are then said to be related by a Legendre transformation. ...

  • Bond convexity, a measure of the sensitivity of the price of a bond to changes in interest rates

Optics: In finance, convexity is a measure of the sensitivity of the price of a bond to changes in interest rates. ...

Art: Convex lens converging light rays A convex lens, or converging lens, is a lens that is curved outward (convex): the ends are narrow and the middle is wide. ...

Proper names: Convex and Concave is a lithograph print by the Dutch artist M. C. Escher which was first printed in March, 1955. ...

  • Convex Computer, a company that produced a number of vector supercomputers, bought by HP in 1995

Convex Computer was a company that produced a number of vector minisupercomputers, supercomputers for small-to-medium-sized businesses. ...

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convexity - definition of convexity in Encyclopedia (637 words)
For example, a solid cube is convex, but anything that is hollow or has a dent in it is not convex.
Closed convex sets can be characterised as the intersections of closed half-spaces (sets of point in space that lie on and to one side of a hyperplane).
A convex function f defined on some convex open interval C is continuous on the whole C and differentiable at all but at most countably many points.
Convexity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (125 words)
Convexity may refer to one of the following.
The concepts of convexity and concavity are important in various fields, and in various fields the adjective "convex" has their own specific meanings.
This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title.
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