By Ivan Singer

This e-book examines summary convex research and offers the result of fresh learn, particularly on parametrizations of Minkowski style dualities and of conjugations of style Lau. It explains the most options via circumstances and unique proofs.

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We will denote by C(M) the set of all M-convex elements of E: C(M) = Elx = sup{in e Mim x}I. 1), C(0) = [—cc). 4). , E). we will not assume that M (b) We have IM E MI in (x x) 0 0 E C(M) \ (—cc)). 1), we x} = sup 0 = —oc. get x = sup {m e Mlm (c) We have x E C(M) if and only if there exists a subset M x of M such that X = sup M x . 2) holds. 6). , there need not exist = MO). M M C(M U {—oc}) = C(M), M 1 c M2 C C E. 8) C(Mi) c C(A42). A4, then m = max {m' M I M' M), SO M E C(M).

85) remains valid also in the general case. 85). 100) wEW,dER). 89), we see that weak duality a = /3 is equivalent to the "stability" relation f (x 0 ) = fco (F)(x0). 7). 69)) is nonempty, and then f (x0) coincides with the set of all optimal solutions 14 of the dual problem fi, we have strong (Q). e. 65), is equivalent to wo E aço f (x0). 90) (with arbitrary (W, ço)). In turn the general theory obtained in this way can be applied not only to convex optimization but also to a large number of other (known and new) cases.

For any complete lattice E = (E, we will denote the greatest (resp. the least) element of E by -Hoc or, if necessary, by +oo E (resp. by —oc or —oo E ), and the lattice operations in E by sup or sup E or, sometimes, y or v E (resp. inf or inf E or A or A E ). We will denote by max (resp. min) a sup (resp. an inf) that is attained. 1) where 0 denotes the empty set. 1 Let E be a complete lattice and M c E. 2). We will denote by C(M) the set of all M-convex elements of E: C(M) = Elx = sup{in e Mim x}I.

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