Convex sets

In optimization, we come across the terms convex and non-convex fairly often.

We define a convex set as one where if we were to take any two random points and draw a line to join them, the line would lie completely within the boundaries of the set.

We label our convex set and if we have two points, and some scalar value, then .

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