g-functions andg-derivatives in Euclidean spaces

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In this paper we give several results showing the correspondence between g-functions and g-derivatives with the usual concepts in Euclidean spaces.


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Buonomano, V. g-functions andg-derivatives in Euclidean spaces. Annali di Matematica 90, 59–74 (1971).

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  • Euclidean Space
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