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Nonsmooth Optimization: Analysis and Algorithms with Applications to Optimal Control
Part 1 Nonsmooth analysis: introduction convex analysis nonsmooth differential theory nonsmooth geometry nonsmooth optimization theory. Part 2 Nonsmooth optimization: introduction a survey of bundle
Mathematical and Numerical Modelling in Electrical Engineering Theory and Applications
Glossary of Symbols. Foreword. 1. Introduction. 2. Mathematical Modelling of Physical Phenomena. 3. Mathematical Background. 4. Finite Elements. 5. Conjugate Gradients. 6. Magnetic Potential of
To the Ministry of Employment and the Economy
Member States are required by 31 December 2015 to produce a comprehensive assessment of the potential for the application of high-efficiency cogeneration and efficient district heating and cooling.
Variational and Quasi-Variational Inequalities in Mechanics
1. Notation and Basics: 1.1. Notations and Conventions 1.2. Functional spaces 1.3. Bases and complete systems. Existence theorem 1.4. Trace Theorem 1.5. The laws of thermodynamics 2. Variational
Second-order optimality conditions for nondominated solutions of multiobjective programming with C1,1 data
We examine new second-order necessary conditions and sufficient conditions which characterize nondominated solutions of a generalized constrained multiobjective programming problem. The vector-valued
Simulation Model for Improving the Operation of the Emergency Department of Special Health Care
A simulation model which describes the operations in the Emergency Department of Special Health Care at the Central Hospital of Jyvaskyla, Finland shows that a new operational method, called the triage-team method, improves the operation substantially if it is implemented properly and includes all the necessary tasks.
Optimization of Elliptic Systems
This monograph provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the optimization of elliptic systems and aims to address some of the pressing unsolved questions in the field.
Superconvergence phenomenon in the finite element method arising from averaging gradients
SummaryWe study a superconvergence phenomenon which can be obtained when solving a 2nd order elliptic problem by the usual linear elements. The averaged gradient is a piecewise linear continuous