# Differentiability of Lipschitz Maps on Hilbert Spaces

# Differentiability of Lipschitz Maps on Hilbert Spaces

This chapter presents a separate, essentially self-contained, nonvariational proof of existence of points of Fréchet differentiability of R²-valued Lipschitz maps on Hilbert spaces. It begins with the theorem stating that every Lipschitz map of a Hilbert space to a two-dimensional space has points of Fréchet differentiability. This is followed by a lemma, which is stated in an arbitrary Hilbert space but whose validity in the general case follows from its three-dimensional version. The chapter then explains the proof of the theorem and of the lemma stated above. In particular, it considers two cases, one corresponding to irregular behavior and the other to regular behavior.

*Keywords:*
regular behavior, Fréchet differentiability, Lipschitz map, Hilbert space, two-dimensional space, irregular behavior

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