On Optimal Properties of Special Nonlinear and Semi-infinite Problems Arising in Parametric Optimization
AbstractWe consider a special nonlinear Programming problem depending on integer parameters. For some values of these parameters (the "right'' ones), this problem satisfies certain properties used in study of differential properties of optimal solutions in parametric Semi-Infinite Programming. We deduce the conditions guaranteing the existence of the "right'' parameters values, and propose an algorithm for their determination. The conditions and the algorithm are essentially based on properties of a related linear-quadratic semi-infinite problem.
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