On Standard Quadratic Optimization Problems

  title={On Standard Quadratic Optimization Problems},
  author={Immanuel M. Bomze},
  journal={J. Global Optimization},
A standard quadratic optimization problem (QP) consists of finding (global) maximizers of a quadratic form over the standard simplex. Standard QPs arise quite naturally in copositivitybased procedures which enable an escape from local solutions. Furthermore, several important applications yield optimization problems which can be cast into a standard QP in a straightforward way. As an example, a new continuous reformulation of the maximum weight clique problem in undirected graphs is presented… CONTINUE READING
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