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20 and Corollary I. 21]. Note that the convex weak star compact valued mapping t → ∂ft (x(t)) is scalarly T -measurable, and so enjoys good measurability properties because Es∗ is a locally convex Lusin space. 1. We end with two specific applications in the law of large numbers and ergodic theorem involving the subdifferential operators. 4. Assume that E is WCG. e. there exists β > 0 such that for all x, y ∈ E, |f (x) − f (y)| ≤ β||x − y||. d sequence in L1E ( , F , P ). s. )). Proof. )) ∈ L1cwk(E ∗ ) (F ) with s |∂f (un (ω))| ≤ β for all n ∈ N and for all ω ∈ .

Let f : H → R ∪ {+∞} a proper function and x ∈ domf with f (x) < +∞, the proximal subdifferential of f at x is the set ∂ p f (x) of all elements v ∈ H for which there exists ε > 0 and r > 0 such that f (y) ≥ f (x) + v, y − x − r||y − x||2 for all y ∈ B H (x, ε). The following proposition summarizes some important consequences of proximally regular sets, for the proofs we refer to [6, 27]. 9. For any nonempty ρ-prox-regular closed subset S of H and x ∈ S, the following hold p 1) ∂ p dS (x) = NS (x) B H (0, 1) where B H (0, 1) is the closed unit ball in H , and ∂ p dS (x) is the proximal subdifferential of the distance function dS : x → d(x, S) at the point x.

7 is even new when E is reflexive separable. 7 in a separable Hilbert space. Recall that, for a given ρ ∈]0, +∞], a nonempty subset S of a Hilbert space H is ρ-prox-regular or equivalently ρ-proximally smooth [21, 45] if and only if every nonzero proximal normal to S can be realized by a ρ-ball. This is equivalent to say that for every x ∈ S, and for every v = 0, v ∈ N p (S; x), v 1 , x − x ≤ ρ||x − x||2 ||v|| 2 p for all x ∈ S where NS (x) is the proximal normal cone of S at the point x ∈ S defined by p NS (x) = {ξ ∈ H : ∃r > 0, x ∈ ProjS (x + rξ )}.