Infinite Programming : Proceedings of an International Symposium on Infinite Dimensional Linear Programming, Churchill College, Cambridge, United Kingdom, September 7-10, 1984


ANDERSON, E.J. and A.B. PHILPOTT, (eds.). Infinite Programming : Proceedings of an International Symposium on Infinite Dimensional Linear Programming,Churchill College, Cambridge, United Kingdom, September 7-10, 1984. Edited by E.J. Anderson and A.B. Philpott. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, (1985). Pp. ( 2),[iii]-xiv,[1]-244,(2). 8vo, printed grey card covers. Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems, number 259. Managing Editors: M. Beckmann and W. Krelle. Contents: 1. J.Ch. Pomerol's "Openness, closedness and duality in Banach spaces with applications to continuous linear programming"; 2. M.A. Goberna and M.A. Lopez's "Conditions for the closedness of the characteristic cone associated with an infinite linear system"; 3. D.F. Karney's "Symmetric duality: a prelude"; 4. P. Nash's "Algebraic fundamentals of linear programming"; 5. H.Th. Jongen and G. Zwier's "On regular semi-infinite optimization"; 6. K.O. Kortanek's "Semi-infinite programming and continuum physics"; 7. R. Hettich's "On the computation of membrane-eigenvalues by semi-infinite programming methods"; 8. G.A. Watson's "Lagrangian methods for semi-infinite programming problems"; 9. E.J. Anderson's "A new primal algorithm for semi-infinite linear programming"; 10. A.S. Lewis's "Extreme points and purification algorithms in general linear programming"; 11.A.P. Philpott's "Network programming in continuous time with node storage"; 12. M.M. Neumann's "The theorem of Gale for infinite networks and applications"; 13. J.E. Rubio's "Nonlinear optimal control problems as infinite-dimensionallinear programming problems"; 14. A.L. Dontchev's "Continuity and asymptot ic behaviour of the marginal function in optimal control"; 15. J.M. Borwein's "Alternative theorems for general complementarity problems"; 16. T.W. Reiland and J.H. Chou's "Nonsmooth analysis and optimization for a class of nonconvex mappings"; 17. H. Komiya's "Minimum norm problems in normed vectorlattices"; 18. N.S. Papageorgiou's "Stochastic nonsmooth analysis and opti mization in Banach spaces". Very good. 35.00

Title: Infinite Programming : Proceedings of an International Symposium on Infinite Dimensional Linear Programming, Churchill College, Cambridge, United Kingdom, September 7-10, 1984

Author Name: ANDERSON, E.J. and A.B. PHILPOTT, eds. Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems, 259 PHILPOTT, A.B., ed.

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