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Linear Complementarity, Linear and Nonlinear Programming

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Linear Complementarity, Linear and Nonlinear Programming
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Number of pages: 613

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This book provides an in-depth and clear treatment of all the important practical, technical, computational, geometric, and mathematical aspects of the Linear Complementarity Problem, Quadratic Programming, and their various applications. It discusses clearly the various algorithms for solving the LCP, presents their efficient implementation for the computer, and discusses their computational complexity. It presents the practical applications of these algorithms and extensions of these algorithms to solve general nonlinear programming problems.

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