This book discusses basic tools of partially ordered spaces and applies them to variational methods in Nonlinear Analysis and for optimizing problems. This book is aimed at graduate students and research mathematicians.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Number of pages: 350
Weight: 563 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 19 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 200
From the reviews:
"This book is intended to provide a systematic and self-contained presentation of recent significant developments in vector optimization ... . specialists will certainly enjoy this monograph ... . On the other hand, since the book is written in a rigorous, understandable and teachable way, it may certainly serve to support courses on vector optimization, applied functional analysis, set-valued analysis, etc., targeted at the graduate level. ... As a whole, this book can be strongly recommended as an excellent reference of general interest in vector optimization." (Nicolae Popovici, Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai Mathematica, Vol. XLIX (4), 2004)
"This book is the result of the cooperation of four known authors working in multiobjective optimization. The reader will find in this book the most important notions and results in this domain. ... We strongly recommend this book to graduate students in mathematics, economics, and engineering, and to researchers in pure and applied mathematics." (George Isac, Mathematical Reviews, 2004 h)
"The book presents theory and applications of optimization problems in partially ordered spaces with emphasis on the authors' profound research results. ... The book should be a must for each scientist dealing with vector optimization theory. It delivers new insights for researchers interested in the solution of vector optimization problems. The volume can also be used as a textbook by graduate students." (Petra Weidner, MMOR - Mathematical Methods of Operations Research, June, 2004)
"This exhaustive and well-written monograph represents a welcome addition to the existing optimization literature and adds favourably to any mathematical or operations research library. ... The authors take the reader on a wide-ranging journey from basic mathematical tools of partially ordered spaces to solution algorithms for some of the motivating applications ... . it balances theory and applications well. The book is written for advanced graduate students or researchers in mathematical optimization." (M Hintermueller, Journal of the Operational Research Society, Vol. 57 (11), 2006)
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