# Quantitative Stability of Variational Systems II. A Framework for Nonlinear Conditioning

@article{Attouch1993QuantitativeSO, title={Quantitative Stability of Variational Systems II. A Framework for Nonlinear Conditioning}, author={H{\'e}dy Attouch and Roger J.-B. Wets}, journal={SIAM J. Optim.}, year={1993}, volume={3}, pages={359-381} }

Stability results of Lipschitz and Holder type are obtained for the solutions and optimal values of optimization problems when perturbations are measured in terms of the $\rho $-epi-distance.

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