On Constraint Qualifications for Mathematical Programs with Mixed Complementarity Constraints
The contribution concerns mathematical programs, where a mixed complementarity problem arises as a side constraint. The attention is paid above all to optimality conditions and to the respective constraint qualifications. In addition, we propose an exact penalty approach to the numerical solution of such problems.
KeywordsMathematical Program Constraint Qualification Equilibrium Constraint Exact Penalization Complementarity Constraint
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