Solving nonlinear inequalities in a finite number of iterations
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This paper describes a modified Newton algorithm for solving a finite system of inequalities in a finite number of iterations.
Communicated by Y. C. Ho
This research was supported by NSF Grant No. ENG-73-08214-AO1, by NSF-RANN Grant No. ENV-76-04264, and by the United Kingdom Science Research Council.
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- Solving nonlinear inequalities in a finite number of iterations
Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications
Volume 33, Issue 2 , pp 207-221
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- Inequality constraints
- feasible point algorithms
- finite convergence
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- 1. Computer Aided Design Group, Department of Computing and Control, Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, England
- 2. Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences and Electronics Research Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, California