Frontiers in Mathematical Sciences
University of Isfahan - January 1-3, 2020
Some recent problems in vector optimizationSpeaker:
Majid Soleimani-Damaneh, University of Tehran
Date, Time, and Venue: Thursday, January 2 | 11:00-11:45 | Hall 1Abstract:
The main aim of this presentation is to investigate some recent problems in multi-objective programming and vector optimization. To this end, basic notions and approaches, including (weak/proper) efficiency, scalarization, and compromise programming, are addressed. In addition to the required material from aforementioned fields, some preliminaries from nonsmooth optimization are provided as well. Then, some recent topics around uncertainty, robustness, and differentiability of the marginal mapping in vector optimization are discussed. This presentation is based some works joint with L. Pourkarimi (Razi University), M. Rahimi (University of Tehran), D.T. Luc (Avignon University), and M. Zamani (Ferdowsi University).
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