Speaker: Prof. Rubén López
University of Tarapacá, Arica, Chile
Date: August 05, 2020 at 10:00
Title: Epi-convergence, asymptotic analysis and stability in set optimization problems
Abstract: We study the stability of set optimization problems with data that are not necessarily bounded. To do this, we use the well-known notion of epi-convergence coupled with asymptotic tools for set-valued maps. We derive characterizations for this notion that allows us to study the stability of vector and set type solutions by considering variations of the whole data (feasible set and objective map). We extend the notion of total epi-convergence to set-valued maps.
* This work has been supported by Conicyt-Chile under project FONDECYT 1181368
Joint work with Elvira Hérnández, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Madrid, Spain
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Venue: Online via Google Meet – https://meet.google.com/hgo-zwkr-fvh
A brief biography of the speaker: Prof. Rubén López is Professor at the University of Tarapacá, Arica – Chile. He studied at Moscow State University – Mech Math (1996, Russia) and Universidad de Concepción – DIM (2005, Chile). He works on Optimization: asymptotic analysis, variational convergences, stability theory, approximate solutions and well-posedness.
Coordinators: Abderrahim Hantoute (CMM) and Fabián Flores-Bazán (Universidad de Concepción)