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In this paper we consider the problem of minimizing a (possibly nonconvex) quadratic function with a quadratic constraint. We point out some new properties of the problem. In particular, in the rst part of the paper, we show that (i) given a KKT point that is not a global minimizer, it is easy to nd a \better" feasible point; (ii) strict complementarity… (More)

We define a primal-dual algorithm model (SOLA) for inequality constrained optimization problems that generates a sequence converging to points satisfying the second order necessary conditions for optimality. This property can be enforced by combining the equivalence between the original constrained problem and the unconstrained minimization of an exact… (More)

A standard quadratic optimization problem (StQP) consists of finding the largest or smallest value of a (possibly indefinite) quadratic form over the standard simplex which is the intersection of a hyperplane with the positive orthant. This NP-hard problem has several immediate real-world applications like the Maximum-Clique Problem, and it also occurs in a… (More)

We propose a branch-and-bound algorithm for minimizing a not necessarily convex quadratic function over integer variables. The algorithm is based on lower bounds computed as continuous minima of the objective function over appropriate ellipsoids. In the nonconvex case, we use ellipsoids enclosing the feasible region of the problem. In spite of the… (More)

A new method for the solution of minimization problems with simple bounds is presented. Global convergence of a general scheme requiring the approximate solution of a single linear system at each iteration is proved and a superlinear convergence rate is established without requiring the strict complementarity assumption. The algorithm proposed is based on a… (More)

In this paper we propose a primal-dual algorithm for the solution of general nonlinear programming problems. The core of the method is a local algorithm which relies on a truncated procedure for the computation of a search direction, thus resulting suitable for large scale problems. The truncated direction produces a sequence of points which locally… (More)