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Any law of group metric invariant is an inf-convolution.

Mohammed Bachir 1
1 Equations d'evolution
SAMM - Statistique, Analyse et Modélisation Multidisciplinaire (SAmos-Marin Mersenne)
Abstract : In this article, we bring a new light on the concept of the inf-convolution operation $\oplus$ and provides additional informations to the work started in \cite{Ba1} and \cite{Ba2}. It is shown that any internal law of group metric invariant (even quasigroup) can be considered as an inf-convolution. Consequently, the operation of the inf-convolution of functions on a group metric invariant is in reality an extension of the internal law of $X$ to spaces of functions on $X$. We give an example of monoid $(S(X),\oplus)$ for the inf-convolution structure, (which is dense in the set of all $1$-Lipschitz bounded from bellow functions) for which, the map $\arg\min : (S(X),\oplus) \rightarrow (X,.)$ is a (single valued) monoid morphism. It is also proved that, given a group complete metric invariant $(X,d)$, the complete metric space $(\mathcal{K}(X),d_{\infty})$ of all Katetov maps from $X$ to $\R$ equiped with the inf-convolution has a natural monoid structure which provides the following fact: the group of all isometric automorphisms $Aut_{Iso}(\mathcal{K}(X))$ of the monoid $\mathcal{K}(X)$, is isomorphic to the group of all isometric automorphisms $Aut_{Iso}(X)$ of the group $X$. On the other hand, we prove that the subset $\mathcal{K}_C(X)$ of $\mathcal{K}(X)$ of convex functions on a Banach space $X$, can be endowed with a convex cone structure in which $X$ embeds isometrically as Banach space.
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Mohammed Bachir. Any law of group metric invariant is an inf-convolution. . 2015. ⟨hal-01169677⟩



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