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Nonsmooth Vector Functions and Continuous Optimization (08 Edition)by V. Jeyakumar
Synopses & ReviewsPublisher Comments:A recent significant innovation in mathematical sciences has been the progressive use of nonsmooth calculus, an extension of the differential calculus, as a key tool of modern analysis in many areas of mathematics, operations research, and engineering. Focusing on the study of nonsmooth vector functions, this book presents a comprehensive account of the calculus of generalized Jacobian matrices and their applications to continuous nonsmooth optimization problems and variational inequalities in finite dimensions. The treatment is motivated by a desire to expose an elementary approach to nonsmooth calculus by using a set of matrices to replace the nonexistent Jacobian matrix of a continuous vector function. Such a set of matrices forms a new generalized Jacobian, called pseudoJacobian. A direct extension of the classical derivative that follows simple rules of calculus, the pseudoJacobian provides an axiomatic approach to nonsmooth calculus, a flexible tool for handling nonsmooth continuous optimization problems. Illustrated by numerous examples of known generalized derivatives, the work may serve as a valuable reference for graduate students, researchers, and applied mathematicians who wish to use nonsmooth techniques and continuous optimization to model and solve problems in mathematical programming, operations research, and engineering. Readers require only a modest background in undergraduate mathematical analysis to follow the material with minimal effort.
Synopsis:Focusing on the study of nonsmooth vector functions, this book presents a comprehensive account of the calculus of generalized Jacobian matrices and their applications to continuous nonsmooth optimization problems, as well as variational inequalities in finite dimensions. The treatment is motivated by a desire to expose an elementary approach to nonsmooth calculus, using a set of matrices to replace the nonexistent Jacobian matrix of a continuous vector function.
Table of ContentsPreface. PseudoJacobian Matrices. Calculus Rules for PseudoJacobians. Openness of Continuous Vector Functions. Nonsmooth Mathematical Programming Problems. Monotone Operators and Nonsmooth Variational Inequalities. Bibliographical Notes. References. Notations. Index.
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