On a classification of stationary points in nonlinear programming

Jaroslav Hrouda

Aplikace matematiky (1969)

  • Volume: 14, Issue: 1, page 23-28
  • ISSN: 0862-7940

Abstract

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In the paper the definition of the regular stationary point (M. Altman) is extended to be embracing all the points to which the method of feasible directions can converge if used without respect to the regularity condition.

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Hrouda, Jaroslav. "On a classification of stationary points in nonlinear programming." Aplikace matematiky 14.1 (1969): 23-28. <http://eudml.org/doc/14575>.

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References

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  1. Altman M., Stationary points in non-linear programming, Bull. Acad. Polon. Sci., math., astr., phys. 12 (1964), No 1, 29-35. (1964) Zbl0123.37302MR0164810
  2. Altman M., A feasible direction method for solving the non-linear programming problem, Bull. Acad. Polon. Sci., math., astr., phys. 12 (1964), No 1, 43-50. (1964) Zbl0127.36705MR0165665
  3. Zoutendijk G., Methods of feasible directions, Elsevier, Amsterdam 1960. (1960) Zbl0097.35408
  4. Kirchgässner K., Ritter K., 10.1137/0304053, J. SIAM Control 4 (1966), No 4, 732-739. (1966) Zbl0161.17105MR0202016DOI10.1137/0304053

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