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2010
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On convex relaxations of quadrilinear terms
The best known method to find exact or at least -approximate solutions to polynomial programming problems is the spatial Branch-and-Bound algorithm, which rests on computing lower...
Sonia Cafieri, Jon Lee, Leo Liberti
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2010
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A new smoothing Newton-type algorithm for semi-infinite programming
Chen Ling, Qin Ni, Liqun Qi, Soon-Yi Wu
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2010
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A heuristic method for the minimum toll booth problem
Lihui Bai, Donald W. Hearn, Siriphong Lawphongpani...
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2010
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Partitioning procedure for polynomial optimization
Polyxeni-Margarita Kleniati, Panos Parpas, Ber&cce...
JGO
2010
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Continuous GRASP with a local active-set method for bound-constrained global optimization
Abstract. Global optimization seeks a minimum or maximum of a multimodal function over a discrete or continuous domain. In this paper, we propose a hybrid heuristic – based on th...
Ernesto G. Birgin, Erico M. Gozzi, Mauricio G. C. ...
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2010
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An information global minimization algorithm using the local improvement technique
In this paper, the global optimization problem with an objective function that is multiextremal that satisfies the Lipschitz condition over a hypercube is considered. An algorithm...
Daniela Lera, Yaroslav D. Sergeyev
JGO
2010
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Stopping rules in k-adaptive global random search algorithms
In this paper we develop a methodology for defining stopping rules in a general class of global random search algorithms that are based on the use of statistical procedures. To bu...
Anatoly A. Zhigljavsky, Emily Hamilton
JGO
2010
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Duality and optimality conditions for generalized equilibrium problems involving DC functions
We consider a generalized equilibrium problem involving DC functions which is called (GEP). For this problem we establish two new dual formulations based on Toland-Fenchel-Lagrange...
N. Dinh, Jean-Jacques Strodiot, Van Hien Nguyen
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