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2 Gradient estimates used in direct search What we now show is that if we sample n +1 points of the form x +αd defined by a positive basis D, and their function values are no better than the function value at x, then the size of the gradient (considered Lipschitz continuous) of the function at x is of the order of the distance between x and the sample points x + αd and, furthermore, the order constant depends only upon the nonlinearity of f and the geometry of the sample set. To prove this result, used in the convergence theory of directional direct-search methods, we must first introduce the notion of cosine measure for positive spanning sets.

2. The six interpolation points chosen are partitioned into three blocks (d = 2): Y [0] = {(0, 0)}, Y [1] = {(1, 0), (0, 1)}, and Y [2] = {(2, 0), (1, 1), (0, 2)}. 8) may easily be verified. Just as in the case of the Lagrange polynomials, the NFPs exist if and only if the set Y is poised. The value n = max max |n i (x)| 0≤i≤ p x∈B(Y ) serves as a measure of poisedness of the set Y (in B(Y )). The following bound is a simplification of the bound found in [205]: | f (x) − m(x)| ≤ 2d p1 νd (d + 1)!

Basis D⊕ = [I − I ] has cosine measure equal √ For example, the maximal positive to 1/ n. When n = 2 we have cm(D⊕ ) = 2/2. Now let us consider the following example. Let θ be an angle in (0, π/4] and Dθ be a positive basis defined by Dθ = 1 0 0 − cos(θ ) 1 − sin(θ ) . Observe that D π4 is just the positive basis D2 considered before. The cosine measure of Dθ is given by cos((π − θ )/2), and it converges to zero when θ tends to zero. 4 depicts this situation. 4. Positive bases Dθ for three values of θ .