Hung-Ta Gao

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In the paper [4], the authors proposed a derivative-free descent algorithm for the nonlinear complementarity problems (NCPs) by the generalized Fischer-Burmeister merit function: ψ p (a, b) = 1 2 [∥(a, b)∥ p − (a + b)] 2 , and observed that the choice of the parameter p has a great influence on the numerical performance of the algorithm. In this paper, we(More)
34 extension of other analysis domains: for each domain of elements d we can consider the domain of elements of the form c) d, where c is a constraint. 33 is weak (for example, incomplete or unable to detect the equivalence of X 5; X 5 and X = 5) In these cases constrained groundness dependencies are subtly diierent from CFDs and the work of this paper is(More)
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