Overview
 fenchel is a collection of Maple commands written by
Heinz Bauschke and
Martin von
Mohrenschildt. It allows the symbolic computation of Fenchel
conjugates and sudifferentials for convex functions defined on the
real line.
 Find out more about fenchel
(gzipped postscript file).
 Using fenchel (Version 99.05.07 for Maple VR5):
 Click here and save the file as
fenchel.m
 Start Maple.
 In Maple, issue the command read(`fenchel.m`);.
 You then can use fenchel. For instance, type
conj(convert(exp(x),cf),y);.
 A short example illustrating fenchel.
 Here is a list of commands and their
results to try in fenchel.
 fenchel is part of the
CECM's project on
Computational Convex
Analysis.
 Questions? Comments? Errors? Email Heinz Bauschke.
