This handbook offers a broad, advanced overview of the current state of Semidefinite Programming, in nineteen chapters written by the leading experts on the subject. The material is organized in three parts: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications and Extensions.For comparison, note that in the standard case (0 / f(x)fT Jx see the first row in Table 17.1.1. ... If for a particular design problem there exists a simple way to describe the set of admissible information matrices M(X), then a variety of different numerical methods ... One can use any algorithm developed for convex analysis (cf.
|Title||:||Handbook of Semidefinite Programming|
|Author||:||Henry Wolkowicz, Romesh Saigal, Lieven Vandenberghe|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2000-03-31|