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# Refinement of the Benoist theorem on the size of Dini subdifferentials

• Given a lower semicontinuous function $f:\mathbb R^n \rightarrow \mathbb R \cup$ {$+\infty$}, we prove that the set of points of $\mathbb R^n$ where the lower Dini subdifferential has convex dimension $k$ is countably $(n-k)$-rectifiable. In this way, we extend a theorem of Benoist(see [1, Theorem 3.3]), and as a corollary we obtain a classical result concerning the singular set of locally semiconcave functions.
Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 49J52, 26B35; Secondary: 26BXX.

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