By Jan Andres, Lech Górniewicz (auth.), Prof. Dr. Marc Lassonde (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642575927

ISBN-13: 9783642575921

ISBN-10: 379081363X

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The articles during this lawsuits quantity mirror the present traits within the idea of approximation, optimization and mathematical economics, and contain a number of purposes. The booklet could be of curiosity to researchers and graduate scholars all for useful research, approximation thought, mathematical programming and optimization, online game concept, mathematical finance and economics.

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E. x E LOO(O, +00; H). 1 H. Attouch and P. Redont Convergence of the Trajectories Morse functions We first recall the notion of w-limit set related to the asymptotic behaviour of a trajectory. ) when there is no ambiguity on Yo. The w-limit set wyo of the trajectory XYO is defined by WYO = n t>o xYo([t, +oo[). ) as t ---+ +00 WYO = {~E H : 3(tn)nEN, tn ---+ +00 and x(t n ) n2±roo O. The set of the critical points of P is denoted by S S = {x E H : V'p(x) = o}. In order to obtain convergence of the trajectories we need to make further assumptions on P and on the trajectories themselves (precompactness).

0 Acknowledgments. " The author thanks Professors Christian Berg, Matts Esse'n and Mikhail Sodin for useful discussions, and Professor Thomas Craven for help with the English grammar. References 1. Akhiezer N. I. (1956) On the weighted approximation of continuous functions on the real axis. Uspekhi Mat. Nauk 11, 3-43 JAMS Transl. 2) (1962) 22, 95-137. 2. 1. (1965) The classical moment problem. Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh 3. Bakan A. G. L) I. Preprint, Nat. Acad. Sci. of Ukraine, Inst. 7, 45 pp. CA/9810104 4.

The first two propositions yield the existence of a trajectory under some invertibility of the Hessian; that is obvious in Alvarez-Perez' theorem, where strong convexity is required for ifJ, and Aubin-Cellina's condition (*) is a sort of pseudo-invertibility. There is no such hypothesis in the study of the second-order Newton equation (3), where existence is proved under the mere Lipschitz continuity of the Hessian. Critical points. The second-order Newton equation is devised with the hope that it bears some relationship with the minimization of ip.

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