# Extensions of vector-valued Baire one functions with preservation of points of continuity

Martin Koc, Jan Kolar

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## Abstract

We prove an extension theorem (with non-tangential limits) for vector-valued Baire one functions. Moreover, at every point where the function is continuous (or bounded), the continuity (or boundedness) is preserved. More precisely: Let H be a closed subset of a metric space X and let Z be a normed vector space. Let f: H→ Z be a Baire one function. We show that there is a continuous function g: ( X \ H)→ Z such that, for every a∈ ∂H, the non-tangential limit of g at a equals f(a) and, moreover, if f is continuous at a∈ H (respectively bounded in a neighborhood of a∈ H) then the extension F= f∪g is continuous at a (respectively bounded in a neighborhood of a). We also prove a result on pointwise approximation of vector-valued Baire one functions by a sequence of locally Lipschitz functions that converges "uniformly" (or, "continuously") at points where the approximated function is continuous. In an accompanying paper (Extensions of vector-valued functions with preservation of derivatives), the main result is applied to extensions of vector-valued functions defined on a closed subset of Euclidean or Banach space with preservation of differentiability, continuity and (pointwise) Lipschitz property.

Original language English 138-148 11 Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 442 1 20 Apr 2016 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmaa.2016.04.052 Published - 1 Oct 2016

## Keywords

• Continuity points
• Continuous convergence
• Extensions
• Non-tangential limit
• Pointwise approximation
• Vector-valued Baire one functions

## ASJC Scopus subject areas

• Analysis
• Applied Mathematics

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