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Stationary Points and Equilibria
, 2009
"... Almost all existence results in mathematical economics and game theory rely on some type of fixed point theorem. However, in many cases it is much easier to apply an equivalent stationary point theorem. In this survey paper we show for various general equilibrium and game theoretical models the usef ..."
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Almost all existence results in mathematical economics and game theory rely on some type of fixed point theorem. However, in many cases it is much easier to apply an equivalent stationary point theorem. In this survey paper we show for various general equilibrium and game theoretical models
STATIONARY POINTS OF PLANE FORMS
"... Abstract. We apply formulas for multiplepoints of general mappings to enumerate loci of stationary multiplepoints of plane forms. This is accomplished by studying the normalization map of the plane form. 1. Introduction. A plane form is an /fold Z in p/+ " ruled by an irreducible oneparamet ..."
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Abstract. We apply formulas for multiplepoints of general mappings to enumerate loci of stationary multiplepoints of plane forms. This is accomplished by studying the normalization map of the plane form. 1. Introduction. A plane form is an /fold Z in p/+ " ruled by an irreducible one
Stationary Points of the YangMills Action
 Commun. Pure Appl. Math
, 1992
"... . We examine the structure of a recently discovered set of nonselfdual solutions of the YangMills equations. These solutions have a symmetry that reduces the YM equations to a set of ODE's. The distinct solutions are indexed by two postive odd integers. We develop a scheme to approximate on ..."
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on a computer the solutions for small values of the indexing integers, and present some numerical results. We then analyze the asymptotic behavior of the solutions as the indexing integers become large. 1. Introduction In this paper we consider stationary points of the SU(2) YangMills action
PERFECTION AND STABILITY OF STATIONARY POINTS WITH APPLICATIONS TO
, 2002
"... Link to publication Citation for published version (APA): van der Laan, G., Talman, A. J. J., & Yang, Z. F. (2002). Perfection and Stability of Stationary Points with Applications in Noncooperative Games. (CentER Discussion Paper; Vol. 2002108). Tilburg: Microeconomics. General rights Copyrigh ..."
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Link to publication Citation for published version (APA): van der Laan, G., Talman, A. J. J., & Yang, Z. F. (2002). Perfection and Stability of Stationary Points with Applications in Noncooperative Games. (CentER Discussion Paper; Vol. 2002108). Tilburg: Microeconomics. General rights
ISSN 09247815Perfection and Stability of Stationary Points with
, 2002
"... It is well known that an upper semicontinuous compact and convexvalued mapping φ from a nonempty compact and convex set X to the Euclidean space of which X is a subset has at least one stationary point, being a point in X at which the image φ(x) has a nonempty intersection with the normal cone at ..."
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It is well known that an upper semicontinuous compact and convexvalued mapping φ from a nonempty compact and convex set X to the Euclidean space of which X is a subset has at least one stationary point, being a point in X at which the image φ(x) has a nonempty intersection with the normal cone
A Stationary Point for the Stochastic Frontier Likelihood
 Journal of Econometrics
, 1982
"... The likelihood function for the stochastic frontier model is shown to possess an unusual stationary point which may or may not be a maximum. A condition is given to determine if the point is a maximum, and the result is interpreted in the context of specification and estimation. 1. ..."
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The likelihood function for the stochastic frontier model is shown to possess an unusual stationary point which may or may not be a maximum. A condition is given to determine if the point is a maximum, and the result is interpreted in the context of specification and estimation. 1.
On the existence of stationary points for the Steiglitz–McBride algorithm
 IEEE Trans. Automat. Contr
, 1997
"... Abstract — Most convergence results for adaptive identification algorithms have been developed in sufficient order settings, involving an unknown system with known degree. Reducedorder settings, in which the degree of the unknown system is underestimated, are more common, but more difficult to anal ..."
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to analyze. Deducing stationary points in these cases typically involves solving nonlinear equations, hence the sparseness of results for reducedorder cases. If we allow ourselves the tractable case in which the input to an identification experiment is white noise, we pshall show that the Steiglitz
On the convergence of Newton iterations to nonstationary points
 Mathematical Programming
, 2001
"... We study conditions under which linesearch Newton methods for nonlinear systems of equations and optimization fail due to the presence of singular nonstationary points. These points are not solutions of the problem and are characterized by the fact that Jacobian or Hessian matrices are singular. It ..."
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We study conditions under which linesearch Newton methods for nonlinear systems of equations and optimization fail due to the presence of singular nonstationary points. These points are not solutions of the problem and are characterized by the fact that Jacobian or Hessian matrices are singular
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