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FARKASTYPE RESULTS WITH CONJUGATE FUNCTIONS
"... We present some new Farkastype results for inequality systems involving a finite as well as an infinite number of convex constraints. For this, we use two kinds of conjugate dual problems, namely an extended Fencheltype dual problem and the recently introduced FenchelLagrange dual problem. For t ..."
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We present some new Farkastype results for inequality systems involving a finite as well as an infinite number of convex constraints. For this, we use two kinds of conjugate dual problems, namely an extended Fencheltype dual problem and the recently introduced FenchelLagrange dual problem. For the latter, which is a ”combination” of the classical Fenchel and Lagrange duals, the strong duality is established.
An analysis of some dual problems in multiobjective optimization
 I). Optimization, Volume 53, Number
, 2004
"... In this work we study the duality for a general multiobjective optimization problem. Considering, first, a scalar problem, different duals using the conjugacy approach are presented. Starting from these scalar duals, we introduce six different multiobjective dual problems to the primal one, one depe ..."
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In this work we study the duality for a general multiobjective optimization problem. Considering, first, a scalar problem, different duals using the conjugacy approach are presented. Starting from these scalar duals, we introduce six different multiobjective dual problems to the primal one, one depending on certain vector parameters. The existence of weak and, under certain conditions, of strong duality between the primal and the dual problems is shown. Afterwards, some inclusion results for the image sets of the multiobjective dual problems (D1), (Dα) and (DF L) are derived. Moreover, we verify that the efficiency sets within the image sets of these problems coincide, but the image sets themselves do not.
A new constraint qualification and conjugate duality for composed convex optimization problems
 J. Optimization Theory Appl
, 2004
"... Abstract We present a new constraint qualification which guarantees strong duality between a coneconstrained convex optimization problem and its FenchelLagrange dual. This result is applied to a convex optimization problem having, for a given nonempty convex cone K, as objective function a Kconve ..."
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Abstract We present a new constraint qualification which guarantees strong duality between a coneconstrained convex optimization problem and its FenchelLagrange dual. This result is applied to a convex optimization problem having, for a given nonempty convex cone K, as objective function a Kconvex function postcomposed with a Kincreasing convex function. For this socalled composed convex optimization problem, we present a strong duality assertion, too, under weaker conditions than the ones considered so far. As an application, we rediscover the formula of the conjugate of a postcomposition with a Kincreasing convex function as valid under weaker conditions than usually used in the literature. Keywords Conjugate functions · FenchelLagrange duality · Composed convex optimization problems · Cone constraint qualifications
FenchelLagrange versus Geometric Duality in Convex Optimization
"... We present a new duality theory in order to treat convex optimization problems and we prove that the geometric duality used by C.H. Scott and T.R. Jefferson in different papers during the last quarter of century is a special case of it. Moreover, weaker sufficient conditions in order to achieve st ..."
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We present a new duality theory in order to treat convex optimization problems and we prove that the geometric duality used by C.H. Scott and T.R. Jefferson in different papers during the last quarter of century is a special case of it. Moreover, weaker sufficient conditions in order to achieve strong duality are considered and optimality conditions are derived. Next we apply our approach to some problems considered by Scott and Jefferson, determining their duals. We give weaker sufficient conditions in order to achieve strong duality and the corresponding optimality conditions. Finally, posynomial geometric programming is viewed also as a particular case of the duality approach we present.
Farkastype results for maxfunctions and applications
, 2004
"... Abstract. We present some Farkastype results for inequality systems involving finitely many convex constraints as well as convex maxfunctions. Therefore we use the dual of a minmax optimization problem. The main theorem and its consequences allows us to establish, as particular instances, some set ..."
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Abstract. We present some Farkastype results for inequality systems involving finitely many convex constraints as well as convex maxfunctions. Therefore we use the dual of a minmax optimization problem. The main theorem and its consequences allows us to establish, as particular instances, some set containment characterizations and to rediscover two famous theorems of the alternative. Keywords: duality, Farkastype results, minmax programming, set containment, theorems of the alternative AMS subject classification: 49N15, 90C25, 90C46 1.
Optimality conditions for weak efficiency to vector optimization problems with composed convex functions
, 2008
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