8 edition of Methods of dynamic and nonsmooth optimization found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 83-87) and index.
|Statement||Frank H. Clarke.|
|Series||CBMS-NSF regional conference series in applied mathematics ;, 57|
|LC Classifications||QA402.5 .C52 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 90 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||89021682|
Numerical Optimization presents a comprehensive and up-to-date description of the most effective methods in continuous optimization. It responds to the growing interest in optimization in engineering, science, and business by focusing on the methods that are best suited to practical problems. Frank H. Clarke is the author of Optimization And Nonsmooth Analysis ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Methods of Dynamic and Nons /5(4).
May 2: Algorithms for smooth nonconvex optimization: Newton's method, Armijo-Wolfe line search, Zoutenijk's Theorem, BFGS, nonlinear conjugate gradient method (see also Nocedal and Wright's book, above) May 9: Algorithms for nonsmooth nonconvex optimization: gradient sampling, BFGS, examples. The formulation of the optimization problems with a nonsmooth DAE requires methods for nonsmooth DAE integration, sensitivity analysis, and optimization methods (Barton, Lee, , Stechlinski, Patrascu, Barton, ). An alternative is the formulation of the optimization problem as a mixed-integer dynamic optimization problem (MIDO).
We present a class of efficient direct methods for solving nonsmooth dynamic optimization problems where the dynamics are governed by controlled differential inclusions. Our methods are based on pseudospectral approximations of the differential constraints that are assumed to be given in the form of controlled differential inclusions including. Request PDF | Gradient Sampling Methods for Nonsmooth Optimization | This article reviews the gradient sampling methodology for solving nonsmooth, nonconvex optimization problems. We state an.
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Presents the elements of a unified approach to optimization based on 'nonsmooth analysis', a term introduced in the 's by the author, who is a pioneer in the field. Based on a series of lectures given at a conference at Emory University inthis volume presents its subjects in a self-contained and accessible : $ Keywords: dynamic programming, nonsmooth optimization, calculus of variations, verification functions, optimal control - Hide Description Presents the elements of a unified approach to optimization based on “nonsmooth analysis,” a term introduced in the 's by the author, who is.
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Add to my favorites. Download Citations. Track Citations. Recommend & Share. This books provides a comprehensive treatment of numerical methods developed for nonsmooth optimization (NSO). It covers traditional methods and new approaches to utilize special structures of problems.
It presents applications from image denoising. Instead, nonsmooth optimization typically deals with highly structured problems, but problems which arise diﬀerently, or are modeled or cast diﬀerently, from ones for which many of the mainline numerical methods, involving gradient vectors and Hessian matri-ces, have been designed.
The nonsmoothness can be primary, in the sense of resulting. Optimization Methods and Softw An inexact proximal gradient algorithm with extrapolation for a class of nonconvex nonsmooth optimization problems. Journal of Inequalities and Applications Dimensionality reduction-based dynamic reconstruction algorithm for electrical capacitance tomography.
() General inertial proximal gradient method for a class of nonconvex nonsmooth optimization problems. Computational Optimization and Applications() On the discontinuity of images recovered by noncovex nonsmooth regularized isotropic models with box constraints.
This book is the first easy-to-read text on nonsmooth optimization (NSO, not necessarily diﬀerentiable optimization). Solving these kinds of problems plays a critical role in many industrial applicati.
Get this from a library. Methods of dynamic and nonsmooth optimization. [Frank H Clarke; Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.] -- Presents the elements of a unified approach to optimization based on "nonsmooth analysis," a term introduced in the 's by the author, who is a pioneer in the field.
Based on a series of lectures. Abstract. The nonsmooth optimization methods can mainly be divided into two groups: subgradient and bundle methods. Usually, when developing new algorithms and testing them, the comparison is made between similar kinds of methods.
In this paper we shall give a short derivation of the most promising methods in nonsmooth optimization, namely bundle methods. We introduce the basic bundle idea due to Lemarechal and several modifications by Kiwiel, Schramm and Zowe. To the end we shall give some numerical results comparing the efficience of these methods.
The book is divided into four parts, the ﬁrst three parts bein g sketched in Fig. The aim of the ﬁrst part is to present the main tools from mecha nics and applied mathematics which are necessary to understand how nonsmooth dynamical systems. Briefly, this discipline is often called nonsmooth analysis, sometimes also variational analysis.
Our book fits into this discipline, however, our main intention is to develop the analytical theory in close connection with the needs of applications in optimization and related subjects.
Main Topics of the Book 1. Methods for minimizing functions with discontinuous gradients are gaining in importance and the ~xperts in the computational methods of mathematical programming tend to agree that progress in the development of algorithms for minimizing nonsmooth functions is the key to the con struction of efficient techniques for solving large scale problems.
Discrete gradient method: a derivative free method for nonsmooth optimization Adil M. Bagirov1, Bulen˜ t Karas˜ozen2, Meral Sezer3 Communicated by F. Giannessi 1Corresponding author, [email protected], Centre for Informatics and Applied Opti- mization, School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences, University of Ballarat.
This book is an outcome of the workshop Nonsmooth Optimization and its Applications which was held from May 15 - 19, at the Hausdorff Center for Mathematics at University of Bonn.
The six research articles contained in this volume are dedicated to recent results. Abstract. A novel method based on the generalized gradient and nonsmooth optimization techniques called bundle methods is introduced to optimize the performance of a class of dynamic systems whose governing equations change depending on the values of the parameters, controls and the current state of the system.
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This book is the first easy-to-read text on nonsmooth optimization (NSO, not necessarily differentiable optimization). Solving these kinds of problems plays a critical role in many industrial applications and real-world modeling systems, for example in the context of image denoising, optimal control, neural network training, data mining, economics and computational chemistry and.
Buy Nonsmooth Optimization Methods on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Nonsmooth Optimization Methods: Giannessi, F., G. Stampacchia International School of M: : BooksAuthor: F. Giannessi, G. Stampacchia International School of M.