Finite-dimensional optimality conditions: B-gradients
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- Treiman, J.S. J Optim Theory Appl (1989) 62: 139. doi:10.1007/BF00939634
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The B-gradients are a convex set of generalized gradients contained in Clarke's generalized gradients. These gradients retain many of the nice properties of Clarke's generalized gradients. In this paper, necessary conditions for optimality in finite-dimensional perturbed optimization problems are given. A calmness condition is used for a constraint qualification.