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Vector-valued Optimization (Mathematics in Science & Engineering)

M.E. Salukvadze

Vector-valued Optimization (Mathematics in Science & Engineering)

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Published by Academic Press Inc.,U.S. .
Written in English


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ISBN 100126167508
ISBN 109780126167504


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Included format: PDF. This book presents, in a unified framework, basic properties on ordering relations, solution concepts for set-valued optimization problems, a detailed description of convex set-valued maps, most recent developments in separation theorems, scalarization techniques, variational principles, tangent cones of first and higher order, sub-differential.

This book provides an introduction to vector optimization with variable ordering structures, i. to optimization problems with a vector-valued objective function where the elements in the objective space are compared based on a variable ordering structure: instead of a partial ordering defined by a convex cone, we see a whole family of convex cones, one attached to each element of.

About this book. In vector optimization one investigates optimal elements such as min­ imal, strongly minimal, properly minimal or weakly minimal elements of a nonempty subset of a partially ordered linear space.

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Secondly, a separation property is established. Finally, some optimality conditions, including the generalized Kuhn. Vector optimization is a subarea of mathematical optimization where optimization problems with a vector-valued objective functions are optimized with respect to a given partial ordering and subject to certain constraints.

A multi-objective optimization problem is a special case of a vector optimization problem: The objective space is the finite dimensional Euclidean space partially ordered by. This has resulted in the construction of a new class of optimization procedures, the ε-subgradient methods.

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A vector x is called optimal, or the solution of the optimization problem, if its objective value is the smallest among all vectors satisfying the constraints [10]. For now. level surface of a function of three variables Functions of Several Variables.

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