Interval Arithmetic in Unidimensional Signomial Programming

@inproceedings{Mancini1978IntervalAI,
  title={Interval Arithmetic in Unidimensional Signomial Programming},
  author={Louis J. Mancini and Douglass J. Wilde},
  year={1978}
}
This paper applies an interval arithmetic version of Newton’s method to unidimensional problems in signomial programming. Unidimensional dual problems occur in engineering design problems formulated as a signomial program with a single degree of difficulty. Unidimensional primal problems are of interest, since many multidimensional search procedures involve unidimensional searches. The interval arithmetic method is guaranteed to generate all the local optima. 

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