Nondifferentiable Optimization: Motivations and Applications

Demyanov, V.F. & Pallaschke, D. (1985). Nondifferentiable Optimization: Motivations and Applications. Berlin/Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag. ISBN 978-3-662-12603-5

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IIASA has been involved in research on nondifferentiable optimization since 1976. The Institute's research in this field has been very productive, leading to many important theoretical, algorithmic and applied results. Nondifferentiable optimization has now become a recognized and rapidly developing branch of mathematical programming. To continue this tradition and to review developments in this field IIASA held this Workshop in Sopron (Hungary) in September 1984.

This volume contains selected papers presented at the Workshop. It is divided into four sections dealing with the following topics: (I) Concepts in Nonsmooth Analysis; (II) Multicriteria Optimization and Control Theory; (III) Algorithms and Optimization Methods; (IV) Stochastic Programming and Applications.

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Additional Information: Proceedings of an IIASA (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis) Workshop on Nondifferentiable Optimization Held at Sopron, Hungary, September 17–22, 1984
Research Programs: System and Decision Sciences - Core (SDS)
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