Second Order Theory of Extremum Problems

@inproceedings{BenTal1980SecondOT,
  title={Second Order Theory of Extremum Problems},
  author={Aharon Ben-Tal},
  year={1980}
}
The paper introduces the essentials of a unified second-order theory of local optimality (necessary conditions) for optimization problems in topological vector spaces. The results contain the first order conditions, as expressed in the Dubovitskii-Milyutin Theory, and form a framework within which it is possible to obtain second order conditions for problems in Calculus of Variation, Optimal Control, Mathematical Programming and Semi-infinite Programming. 

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