Handbook of Generalized Convexity and Generalized Monotonicity

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Nicolas Hadjisavvas, Sándor Komlósi, Siegfried S. Schaible
Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 16, 2006 - Mathematics - 672 pages
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Studies in generalized convexity and generalized monotonicity have significantly increased during the last two decades. Researchers with very diverse backgrounds such as mathematical programming, optimization theory, convex analysis, nonlinear analysis, nonsmooth analysis, linear algebra, probability theory, variational inequalities, game theory, economic theory, engineering, management science, equilibrium analysis, for example are attracted to this fast growing field of study. Such enormous research activity is partially due to the discovery of a rich, elegant and deep theory which provides a basis for interesting existing and potential applications in different disciplines. The handbook offers an advanced and broad overview of the current state of the field. It contains fourteen chapters written by the leading experts on the respective subject; eight on generalized convexity and the remaining six on generalized monotonicity.

 

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Contents

1
3
2
88
3
121
4
150
5
195
6
237
7
293
8
334
GENERALIZED MONOTONICITY
384
Nicolas Hadjisavvas Siegfried Schaible
421
11
464
12
501
13
559
14
619
Index
667
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