Let f be a Lipschitz map from a subset A of a stratified group to a Banach homogeneous group. We show that directional derivatives of f act as homogeneous homomorphisms at density points of A outside a σ-porous set. At all density points of A, we establish a pointwise characterization of differentiability in terms of directional derivatives. These results naturally lead us to an alternate proof of almost everywhere differentiability of Lipschitz maps from subsets of stratified groups to Banach homogeneous groups satisfying a suitably weakened Radon–Nikodym property.

Porosity and differentiability of Lipschitz maps from stratified groups to Banach homogeneous groups

Valentino Magnani
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2020-01-01

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Let f be a Lipschitz map from a subset A of a stratified group to a Banach homogeneous group. We show that directional derivatives of f act as homogeneous homomorphisms at density points of A outside a σ-porous set. At all density points of A, we establish a pointwise characterization of differentiability in terms of directional derivatives. These results naturally lead us to an alternate proof of almost everywhere differentiability of Lipschitz maps from subsets of stratified groups to Banach homogeneous groups satisfying a suitably weakened Radon–Nikodym property.
2020
Magnani, Valentino; Pinamonti, Andrea; Speight, Gareth
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