5 edition of Convex Analysis and Minimization Algorithms: Part 2 found in the catalog.
October 25, 2001 by Springer .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||360|
Crossref Approximation of linear programs by Bregman's DF projections. Crossref On the ergodic convergence rates of a first-order primal—dual algorithm. A final section is devoted to nonconvex problems and estimates of the duality gap, with special focus on separable problems. Example problems in statistics, signal and image processing, control theory
Convex Optimization by S. Students can also define their own project after communicating with the instructor. Its current contents are as follows: Chapter 6 on Algorithms: 6. Crossref Split Bregman method for the modified lot model in image denoising.
Advances in Optimization and Approximation, Textbooks: We will not require a textbook. Numerical Functional Analysis and Optimization Necessary conditions for optimality[ edit ] One of Fermat's theorems states that optima of unconstrained problems are found at stationary pointswhere the first derivative or the gradient of the objective function is zero see first derivative test. Automatica 55, Crossref Block coordinate proximal gradient methods with variable Bregman functions for nonsmooth separable optimization.
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Series: Mathematical programming study ; 1. Sufficient conditions for optimality[ edit ] While the first derivative test identifies points that might be extrema, this test does not distinguish a point that is a minimum from one Convex Analysis and Minimization Algorithms: Part 2 book is a maximum or one that is neither.
Crossref Reconstructing conductivity coefficients based on sparsity regularization and measured data in electrical impedance tomography. Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications Bertsekas, Athena Scientific.
Algorithmic Descent; 6. Chamberlain, M. Section 3. Crossref An introduction to continuous optimization for imaging. Walter Murray, Margaret H. Crossref A proximal multiplier method for separable convex minimization.
Crossref Interior point methods for equilibrium problems. Other types of optimization problems, such as those arising in Fenchel duality, are also part of our scope.
Operations Research Letters Prior knowledge of linear and nonlinear optimization theory is not assumed, although it will undoubtedly be helpful in providing context and perspective. Journal of Inequalities and Applications Crossref A derivative-free comirror algorithm for convex optimization.
In other words, defining the problem as multi-objective optimization signals that some information is missing: desirable objectives are given but combinations of them are not rated relative to each other.
Algorithms for constrained minimization of smooth nonlinear functions. The book was quite extensive, was structured at least in part as a research monograph, and aimed to bridge the gap between convex and nonconvex optimization using concepts of nonsmooth analysis. It discusses its connection with conjugacy theory, and it charts its applications to constrained optimization and minimax problems.
Numerical Functional Analysis and Optimization It touches upon nearly all major aspects of the subject, and it is sufficient for the development of the core analytical issues of convex optimization. Chapters Table of contents 9 chapters.This book, developed through class instruction at MIT over the last 15 years, provides an accessible, concise, and intuitive presentation of algorithms for solving convex optimization problems.
It relies on rigorous mathematical analysis, but also aims at an intuitive exposition that. Continuation of Convex Optimization I.
Subgradient, cutting-plane, and ellipsoid methods. Decentralized convex optimization via primal and dual decomposition. Alternating projections.
Exploiting problem structure in implementation. Convex relaxations of hard problems, and global optimization via branch & bound. Robust optimization.
Selected applications in areas such as control, circuit design. CONVEX ANALYSIS AND NONLINEAR OPTIMIZATION Theory and Examples appeared recently.
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