Complementarity Problems by George Isac (auth.)

By George Isac (auth.)

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If K c E is a closed convex cone, then an element u e K satisfies, ....... 4) < x - Uo, f ( u o) > > 0; for every x ~ K, if and only. 5) < x - Xo~ f(x) > ~ 0; for every x E K. 5) ~ > ( 3 . 4 ) . 7) < x - Uo, But, ~ xt = (l-t) u ° + tx; O, that is, ~ 0 or, f(x t) > -> O. 4) f(xt)> we denote, is true. 5). 4) f(Uo )> -> true, since f is monotone we obtain, 0; for every x e K. Lemma 2 Let K c R n he a closed convex cone and let f:K ---+ R n be a continuous mapping. for .... every x ¢ K~ such that~ llxU ~ r.

4) f(xt)> we denote, is true. 5). 4) f(Uo )> -> true, since f is monotone we obtain, 0; for every x e K. Lemma 2 Let K c R n he a closed convex cone and let f:K ---+ R n be a continuous mapping. for .... every x ¢ K~ such that~ llxU ~ r. 1 [Hartman-Stampacchla], where C = {x ~ KIUx~ ~ r}. Lemma 3 Consider a Banach space E~ r > 0 a real number and K c E a closed convex cone. 4). Proof Consider, C = {x e K lax~ ~ r}. < x - u o, f(u ° )> ~ lixH = r. 8) we get, element x E K and we denote, I. I. and for t sufflclently small we observe ~ C.

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