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Asymptotic analysis, existence and sensitivity results for a class of multivalued complementarity problems

Fabián Flores-Bazán, Rubén López (2006)

ESAIM: Control, Optimisation and Calculus of Variations

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In this work we study the multivalued complementarity problem on the non-negative orthant. This is carried out by describing the asymptotic behavior of the sequence of approximate solutions to its multivalued variational inequality formulation. By introducing new classes of multifunctions we provide several existence (possibly allowing unbounded solution set), stability as well as sensitivity results which extend and generalize most of the existing ones in the literature. We also present...

Global convergence property of modified Levenberg-Marquardt methods for nonsmooth equations

Shou-qiang Du, Yan Gao (2011)

Applications of Mathematics

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In this paper, we discuss the globalization of some kind of modified Levenberg-Marquardt methods for nonsmooth equations and their applications to nonlinear complementarity problems. In these modified Levenberg-Marquardt methods, only an approximate solution of a linear system at each iteration is required. Under some mild assumptions, the global convergence is shown. Finally, numerical results show that the present methods are promising.

Some new existence, sensitivity and stability results for the nonlinear complementarity problem

Rubén López (2008)

ESAIM: Control, Optimisation and Calculus of Variations

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In this work we study the nonlinear complementarity problem on the nonnegative orthant. This is done by approximating its equivalent variational-inequality-formulation by a sequence of variational inequalities with nested compact domains. This approach yields simultaneously existence, sensitivity, and stability results. By introducing new classes of functions and a suitable metric for performing the approximation, we provide bounds for the asymptotic set of the solution set and coercive...

On a quadratically convergent method using divided differences of order one under the gamma condition

Ioannis Argyros, Hongmin Ren (2008)

Open Mathematics

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We re-examine a quadratically convergent method using divided differences of order one in order to approximate a locally unique solution of an equation in a Banach space setting [4, 5, 7]. Recently in [4, 5, 7], using Lipschitz conditions, and a Newton-Kantorovich type approach, we provided a local as well as a semilocal convergence analysis for this method which compares favorably to other methods using two function evaluations such as the Steffensen’s method [1, 3, 13]. Here, we provide...