Thomas Holding

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— It is known that for a strictly concave-convex function, the gradient method introduced by Arrow and Hur-wicz [1], has guaranteed global convergence to its saddle point. Nevertheless, there are classes of problems where the function considered is not strictly concave-convex, in which case convergence to a saddle point is not guaranteed. In the paper we(More)
Infection by the human malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum results in a broad spectrum of clinical outcomes, ranging from severe and potentially life-threatening malaria to asymptomatic carriage. In a process of naturally acquired immunity, individuals living in malaria-endemic regions build up a level of clinical protection, which attenuates infection(More)
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