Some remarks ons-convex functions


Two kinds ofs-convexity (0 <s ≤ 1) are discussed. It is proved among others thats-convexity in the second sense is essentially stronger than thes-convexity in the first, original, sense whenever 0 <s < 1. Some properties ofs-convex functions in both senses are considered and various examples and counterexamples are given.

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Hudzik, H., Maligranda, L. Some remarks ons-convex functions. Aeq. Math. 48, 100–111 (1994).

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