Constrained extremum problems with infinite dimensional image. Selection and saddle point
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The paper deals with Image Space Analysis for constrained extremum problems having infinite dimensional image. It is shown that the introduction of selection for point- to-set maps and of quasi-multipliers allows one to establish sufficient optimality conditions for problems, where the classic ones fail.
KeywordsOptimality conditions Saddle point Multipliers Quasi-multipliers Image Space Analysis
Mathematics Subject Classification (2000)90C 65K
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