Nonsmooth analysis

Jorge Castillejos López (University of Glasgow)

Friday 31st May, 2013 16:00-17:00 Maths 516


Just as "nonlinear" is understood to mean "not necessarily linear", the term "nonsmooth" refers to certain situations in which smoothness (differentiability) of the data is not necessarily postulated. In this talk we will try to show that much of optimization and analysis which have evolved under traditional smoothness assumptions can be developed in a general smooth setting.  

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