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- Optimization Theory Based on Neutrosophic and Plithogenic Sets
- Advances in Convex Optimization: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications
- Vector optimization - theory, applications, and extensions
As an important branch of applied mathematics, optimization theory, especially stochastic optimization, becomes an important tool for solving multiobjective decision-making problems in random process recently. Many kinds of industrial, biological, engineering, and economic problems can be viewed as stochastic systems, for example, area of communication, gene, signal processing, geography, civil engineering, aerospace, banking, and so forth. Stochastic optimization is suitable to solve the decision-making problems in these stochastic systems.
Optimization Theory Based on Neutrosophic and Plithogenic Sets
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Advances in Convex Optimization: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications
The Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications publishes carefully selected papers covering mathematical optimization techniques and their applications to science and engineering. An applications paper should cover the application of an optimization technique along with the solution of a particular problem. Typical theoretical areas in the journal include linear, nonlinear, conic, stochastic, discrete, and dynamic optimization, variational and convex analysis. Application areas comprise of mathematical economics, mathematical physics and biology, and aerospace, biomedical, chemical, civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering. The Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications journal publishes six types of contributions: regular papers, invited papers, survey papers, technical notes, book notices, and forums very short papers containing comments on published papers, discussions of open problems, discussions of research perspectives, and so on.
Vector optimization - theory, applications, and extensions
This book has grown out of lectures and courses in calculus of variations and optimization taught for many years at the University of Michigan to graduate students at various stages of their careers, and always to a mixed audience of students in mathematics and engineering. It attempts to present a balanced view of the subject, giving some emphasis to its connections with the classical theory and to a number of those problems of economics and engineering which have motivated so many of the present developments, as well as presenting aspects of the current theory, particularly value theory and existence theorems. However, the presentation ofthe theory is connected to and accompanied by many concrete problems of optimization, classical and modern, some more technical and some less so, some discussed in detail and some only sketched or proposed as exercises. No single part of the subject such as the existence theorems, or the more traditional approach based on necessary conditions and on sufficient conditions, or the more recent one based on value function theory can give a sufficient representation of the whole subject.