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- [1907.06140v1] Bilevel Optimization and Variational Analysis
- Boris Mordukhovich
- [1907.06140v1] Bilevel Optimization and Variational Analysis

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It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. Variational analysis is a fruitful area in mathematics that, on the one hand, deals with the study of optimization and equilibrium problems and, on the other hand, applies optimization, perturbation, and approximation ideas to the analysis of a broad range of problems that may not be of a variational nature. One of the most characteristic features of modern variational analysis is the intrinsic presence of nonsmoothness, which enters naturally not only through initial data of optimization-related problems but largely via variational principles and perturbation techniques. Thus generalized differential lies at the heart of variational analysis and its applications.

## [1907.06140v1] Bilevel Optimization and Variational Analysis

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Robust Lipschitzian properties of set-valued mappings and marginal functions play a crucial role in many aspects of variational analysis and its applications, especially for issues related to variational stability and optimization. We develop an approach to variational stability based on generalized differentiation. The principal achievements of this paper include new results on coderivative calculus for set-valued mappings and singular subdifferentials of marginal functions in infinite dimensions with their extended applications to Lipschitzian stability. Authors: Boris S. Mordukhovich , Nguyen Mau Nam.

## Boris Mordukhovich

Part of the Grundlehren der mathematischen Wissenschaften book series GL, volume Variational analysis is a fruitful area in mathematics that, on the one hand, deals with the study of optimization and equilibrium problems and, on the other hand, applies optimization, perturbation, and approximation ideas to the analysis of a broad range of problems that may not be of a variational nature. One of the most characteristic features of modern variational analysis is the intrinsic presence of nonsmoothness, which enters naturally not only through initial data of optimization-related problems but largely via variational principles and perturbation techniques. Thus generalized differential lies at the heart of variational analysis and its applications. This monograph in two volumes contains a comprehensive and state-of-the art study of the basic concepts and principles of variational analysis and generalized differentiation in both finite-dimensional and infinite dimensional spaces and presents numerous applications to problems in the optimization, equilibria, stability and sensitivity, control theory, economics, mechanics, etc. Both volumes contain abundant bibliographies and extensive commentaries. This book will be of interest to researchers and graduate students in mathematical sciences.

Convex optimization has an increasing impact on many areas of mathematics, applied sciences, and practical applications. It is now being taught at many universities and being used by researchers of different fields. As convex analysis is the mathematical foundation for convex optimization, having deep knowledge of convex analysis helps students and researchers apply its tools more effectively. The main goal of this book is to provide an easy access to the most fundamental parts of convex analysis and its applications to optimization. Modern techniques of variational analysis are employed to clarify and simplify some basic proofs in convex analysis and build the theory of generalized differentiation for convex functions and sets in finite dimensions. We also present new applications of convex analysis to location problems in connection with many interesting geometric problems such as the Fermat-Torricelli problem, the Heron problem, the Sylvester problem, and their generalizations. Of course, we do not expect to touch every aspect of convex analysis, but the book consists of sufficient material for a first course on this subject.

B.S. Mordukhovich. Variational Analysis and Generalized Differentiation. I. Basic Theory, II. Applications. June ; Automation and Remote.

## [1907.06140v1] Bilevel Optimization and Variational Analysis

Part of the Grundlehren der mathematischen Wissenschaften book series GL, volume Variational analysis is a fruitful area in mathematics that, on the one hand, deals with the study of optimization and equilibrium problems and, on the other hand, applies optimization, perturbation, and approximation ideas to the analysis of a broad range of problems that may not be of a variational nature. One of the most characteristic features of modern variational analysis is the intrinsic presence of nonsmoothness, which enters naturally not only through initial data of optimization-related problems but largely via variational principles and perturbation techniques. Thus generalized differential lies at the heart of variational analysis and its applications. This monograph in two volumes contains a comprehensive and state-of-the art study of the basic concepts and principles of variational analysis and generalized differentiation in both finite-dimensional and infinite dimensional spaces and presents numerous applications to problems in the optimization, equilibria, stability and sensitivity, control theory, economics, mechanics, etc.