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20 A road map through the material Chapter 5 collects results leading up to the central Karush–Kuhn– Tucker (KKT) Theorem on the necessary conditions for the local optimality of a feasible point in a constrained optimization problem. Essentially, these conditions state that a given feasible vector x can only be a local minimum if there is no descent direction at x which simultaneously is a feasible direction. In order to state the KKT conditions in algebraic terms such that it can be checked in practice and such that as few interesting vectors x as possible satisfy them, we must restrict our study to problems and vectors satisfying some regularity properties.
This chapter is not intended as a substitute for the basic courses on these subjects but rather to give a brief review of the notation, definitions, and basic facts which will be used in the subsequent chapters without any further notice. If you feel inconvenient with the limited summaries presented in this chapter, contact any of the abundant number of basic text books on the subject. 1 Reductio ad absurdum Together with the absolute majority of contemporary mathematicians we accept proofs by contradiction.
K, j = 1, . . , n, then we write A = (a1 , . . , an ), where ai := (a1i , . . , aki )T ∈ Rk , i = 1, . . , n. The addition of two matrices and scalar–matrix multiplication are defined in a straightforward way. For v = (v1 , . . , vn ) ∈ Rn we n define Av = i=1 vi ai ∈ Rk , where ai ∈ Rk are the columns of A. We also define the norm of the matrix A by A := max v ∈Rn : v =1 Av . Well, this is an example of an optimization problem already! For a given matrix A ∈ Rk×n with elements aij we define AT ∈ Rn×k as the matrix with elements a ˜ij := aji i = 1, .