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Generalized second-order mixed symmetric duality in nondifferentiable mathematical programming. (English) Zbl 1229.49033

Summary: This paper is concerned with a pair of second-order mixed symmetric dual programs involving nondifferentiable functions. Weak, strong, and converse duality theorems are proved for the aforementioned pair using the notion of second-order \(F\)-convexity/pseudoconvexity assumptions.

MSC:

49N15 Duality theory (optimization)
90C46 Optimality conditions and duality in mathematical programming
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