## Nonlinear programming: theory and algorithmsPresents recent developments of key topics in nonlinear programming using a logical and self-contained format. Divided into three sections that deal with convex analysis, optimality conditions and duality, computational techniques. Precise statements of algorithms are given along with convergence analysis. Each chapter contains detailed numerical examples, graphical illustrations and numerous exercises to aid readers in understanding the concepts and methods discussed. |

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Introduction | 1 |

Convex Sets | 33 |

Convex Functions and Generalizations | 78 |

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