Fri Mar 21 17:12:17 2014 UTClccn-n000009420.00Convex analysis and nonlinear optimization theory and examples /0.801.00Consistency of moment systems /34682143n 000009425131526Lewis, Adrian.Lewis, Adrian Stephenlccn-n85161437Borwein, Jonathan M.lccn-n84041713University of WaterlooDepartment of Combinatorics and Optimizationviaf-159392271University of WaterlooFaculty of Mathematicsnp-borwein lewisBorwein-Lewis, ...viaf-103446483Sendov, Hristo S.nc-springerlink service en ligneSpringerLink (Service en ligne)np-overton, michael lOverton, Michael L.nc-canadian mathematical societyCanadian Mathematical Societyviaf-105385044Chamberland, Marc AndreĢ1964-viaf-105592680Ralph, D.(Daniel)Lewis, Adrian S.Mathematical optimizationConvex functionsNonlinear theoriesGlobal analysis (Mathematics)Convex programmingOperations researchMathematicsMaximum entropy methodEigenvaluesSymmetric matricesDuality theory (Mathematics)Programming (Mathematics)ConvergenceMatricesNonsmooth optimizationSymmetric functionsLocally convex spacesBanach spacesLie algebrasNonlinear programmingSmoothness of functionsSensitivity theory (Mathematics)Perturbation (Mathematics)PolynomialsMatrices--NormsVariational principlesMoment problems (Mathematics)Approximation theoryHyperspaceMeasure theoryStabilityTopological groupsLyapunov functionsSymmetry (Mathematics)Geometry, Differential1962199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200620108833762515.8QA331.580821ocn655778573book20000.79Borwein, Jonathan MConvex analysis and nonlinear optimization theory and examples"This book is a concise account of convex analysis, its applications and extensions, for a broad audience. Blurring as it does the distinctions between mathematical optimization and modern analysis, the elegant language of convexity and duality is indispensable both in computational optimization and for understanding variational properties of functions and multifunctions. Primarily aimed at first-year graduate students, the text consists of short, self-contained sections, each followed by an extensive set of exercises, many of which are guided. The book is thus appropriate either as a class text or for self-study."--BOOK JACKET+-+959434238543ocn039746933book19980.92Lewis, Adrian SNonsmooth duality, sandwich and squeeze theorems31ocn702183985book20000.59Borwein, Jonathan MConvex Analysis and Nonlinear Optimization Theoryand Examples+-+959434238531ocn027378254book19920.96Lewis, Adrian SFacial reduction in partially finite convex programming31ocn758807658file2006Borwein, Jonathan MConvex analysis and nonlinear optimization theory and examples21ocn043278189book19991.00Lewis, Adrian SSelf-concordant barriers for hyperbolic means21ocn035876912book19951.00Lewis, Adrian SVon Neumann's Lemma and a Chevalley-type theorem for convex functions on Cartan subspaces21ocn030810688book19931.00Lewis, Adrian SConsistency of moment systems21ocn035928809book19931.00Lewis, Adrian SConvex analysis on the Hermitian matrices21ocn035876453book19951.00Lewis, Adrian SGroup invariance and convex matrix analysis22ocn027071665book19911.00Chamberland, Marc AndreĢContours of Liapunov functions21ocn030810681book19931.00Lewis, Adrian SSuperresolution in the Markov moment problem21ocn047908812book20011.00Lewis, Adrian SActive sets, nonsmoothness and sensitivity21ocn027071685book19911.00Borwein, Jonathan MStrong convexity and optimization21ocn047908836book20011.00Burke, James VTwo numerical methods for optimizing matrix stability21ocn044620278book20001.00Lewis, Adrian STwice differentiable spectral functions21ocn038758254book19971.00Bauschke, Heinz HDykstra's algorithm with Bregman projections : a convergence proof21ocn027378259book19921.00Lewis, Adrian SThe convergence of Burg and other entropy estimates21ocn036339416book19961.00Lewis, Adrian SNonsmooth analysis of eigenvalues21ocn046627622book20001.00Lewis, Adrian SQuadratic expansions of spectral functions+-+9594342385+-+9594342385Fri Mar 21 15:59:43 EDT 2014batch9635