Perturbation Analysis of Optimization Problems
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Perturbation Analysis of Optimization Problems

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ISBN-13:
9781461213949
Einband:
PDF
Seiten:
601
Autor:
J.Frederic Bonnans
Serie:
Springer Series in Operations Research and Financial Engineering
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
PDF
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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The main subject of this book is perturbation analysis of continuous optimization problems. In the last two decades considerable progress has been made in that area, and it seems that it is time now to present a synthetic view of many important results that apply to various classes of problems. The model problem that is considered throughout the book is of the form (P) Min/(x) subjectto G(x) E K. xeX Here X and Y are Banach spaces, K is a closed convex subset of Y, and / : X -+ IR and G : X -+ Y are called the objective function and the constraint mapping, respectively. We also consider a parameteriZed version (P ) of the above u problem, where the objective function / (x, u) and the constraint mapping G(x, u) are parameterized by a vector u varying in a Banach space U. Our aim is to study continuity and differentiability properties of the optimal value v(u) and the set S(u) of optimal solutions of (P ) viewed as functions of the parameter vector u.
The main subject of this book is perturbation analysis of continuous optimization problems. In the last two decades considerable progress has been made in that area, and it seems that it is time now to present a synthetic view of many important results that apply to various classes of problems. The model problem that is considered throughout the book is of the form (P) Min/(x) subjectto G(x) E K. xeX Here X and Y are Banach spaces, K is a closed convex subset of Y, and / : X -+ IR and G : X -+ Y are called the objective function and the constraint mapping, respectively. We also consider a parameteriZed version (P ) of the above u problem, where the objective function / (x, u) and the constraint mapping G(x, u) are parameterized by a vector u varying in a Banach space U. Our aim is to study continuity and differentiability properties of the optimal value v(u) and the set S(u) of optimal solutions of (P ) viewed as functions of the parameter vector u.

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