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Semilinear elliptic optimal control problems with pointwise control and mixed control-state constraints are considered. Necessary and sufficient optimality conditions are given. The equivalence of the SQP method and Newton’s method for a generalized equation is discussed. Local quadratic convergence of the SQP method is proved.
In this paper we study optimal control problems governed by semilinear parabolic equations. We obtain necessary optimality conditions in the form of an exact Pontryagin’s minimum principle for distributed and boundary controls (which can be unbounded) and bounded initial controls. These optimality conditions are obtained thanks to new regularity results for… (More)
This paper deals with optimal control problems of semilinear parabolic equations with pointwise state constraints and coupled integral state-control constraints. We obtain necessary optimality conditions in the form of a Pontryagin’s minimum principle for local solutions in the sense of Lp, p ≤ +∞.
We studied ovarian function retrospectively in 66 women who had regular menstrual cycles before undergoing complete thyroidectomy for differentiated thyroid cancer and subsequent thyroid remnant ablation with 131I. Eighteen women developed temporary amenorrhea accompanied by increased serum gonadotropin concentrations during the first year after 131I… (More)
The human Y chromosome encodes a testis-determining factor (TDF) which is responsible for initiating male sex determination. Recently a region of the Y chromosome (SRY) was identified as part of the TDF gene. We have identified a three-generation family (N) in which all XY individuals have a single base-pair substitution resulting in a conservative amino… (More)
A survey carried out in France at the beginning of 1984 concerning development of children born of mothers treated with bromocriptine (BC) during part or all of the pregnancy showed the absence of any adverse effects of BC in 64 children born from 53 mothers. In 60 cases, BC was prescribed (2.5-7.5 mg/day) for hyperprolactinemia; 23 mothers were treated… (More)
Continuous bromocriptine treatment was given throughout pregnancy to 10 pregnant women with prolactinomas. The dosage of bromocriptine was modified to reduce the serum prolactin level to below 20 ng/ml. Eight patients had continuous bromocriptine treatment started early in their pregnancies, and no tumor-related neurological complications were observed.… (More)
The iv infusion of parathyroid extract or the synthetic fragments of 1-34 bovine or human parathyroid hormone produced a rapid and marked increase of plasma PRL in normal subjects. The stimulation of the release of endogenous parathyroid hormone by administration of disodium EDTA also resulted in a parallel increase of plasma PRL. Parathyroid hormone did… (More)
Paromomycin binds specifically to a single type of binding site on the 70-S streptomycin-sensitive Escherichia coli ribosome. This site is different from that of dihydrostreptomycin since paromomycin binds to streptomycin-resistant ribosomes and sine dihydrostreptomycin does not compete for paromomycin binding. Paromomycin binding, unlike… (More)