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Title Optimization and applications in control and data sciences : in honor of Boris T. Polyak's 80th birthday / Boris Goldengorin, editor.
Imprint Switzerland : Springer, 2016.

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Series Springer optimization and its applications ; volume 115
Springer optimization and its applications ; v. 115.
Subject Science -- Data processing.
Technology -- Data processing.
Control theory.
Alt Name Goldengorin, Boris,
Poli︠a︡k, B. T. (Boris Teodorovich),
Description 1 online resource.
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction: Big, Small, and Optimal Steps of Boris Polyak (Boris Goldengorin) -- A Convex Optimization Approach to Modeling of Stationary Periodic Time Series (Anders Lindquist and Giorgio Picci) -- New two-phase proximal method of solving the solving the problem of equilibrium programming (Sergey I. Lyashko and Vladimir V. Semenov) -- Minimax Control of Positive Switching Systems with Markovian Jumps (Patrizio Colaneri, Jose Geromel, Paolo Bolzern, Grace Deaecto) -- A modified Polak-Ribiere-Polyak conjugate gradient algorithm with sufficient descent and conjugacy properties for unconstrained optimization (Neculai Andrei) -- Subgradient method with the transformation of space and Polyak's step (Petro Stetsyuk) -- Invariance Conditions for Nonlinear Dynamical Systems (Y. Song, and T. Terlaky) -- Nonparametric ellipsoidal approximation of compact sets of random points (S.I., Lyashko, V.V. Semenov D.A. Klyushin, M.V. Prysyazhna, M.P. Shlykov) -- Algorithmic Principle of the Least Excessive Revenue for finding market equilibria (Yurii Nesterov, Vladimir Shikhman) -- Matrix-Free Convex Optimization Modeling (Stephen Boyd and Steven Diamond) -- Stochastic Optimization and Statistical Learning in Reproducing Kernel Hilbert Spaces the Stochastic Quasi-Gradient Methods (Vladimir I. Norkin).
Summary This book focuses on recent research in modern optimization and its implications in control and data analysis. This book is a collection of papers from the conference "Optimization and Its Applications in Control and Data Science" dedicated to Professor Boris T. Polyak, which was held in Moscow, Russia on May 13-15, 2015. This book reflects developments in theory and applications rooted by Professor Polyak?s fundamental contributions to constrained and unconstrained optimization, differentiable and nonsmooth functions, control theory and approximation. Each paper focuses on techniques for solving complex optimization problems in different application areas and recent developments in optimization theory and methods. Open problems in optimization, game theory and control theory are included in this collection which will interest engineers and researchers working with efficient algorithms and software for solving optimization problems in market and data analysis. Theoreticians in operations research, applied mathematics, algorithm design, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and software engineering will find this book useful and graduate students will find the state-of-the-art research valuable.
Note Online resource, title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 9, 2016).
ISBN 9783319420561 (electronic bk.)
3319420569 (electronic bk.)
9783319420547
3319420542
OCLC # 959713484
Additional Format Print version: Optimization and applications in control and data sciences. Switzerland : Springer, 2016 9783319420547 3319420542 (OCoLC)951761557


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