By Harry L. Heckel IV

ISBN-10: 1565041305

ISBN-13: 9781565041301

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14). 9) hold. 5: Set uk+1 = uk + αk dk and solve sequentially e(y, uk+1 ) = 0, ey (yk+1 , uk+1 )∗ p = Jy (yk+1 , uk+1 ), to obtain (yk+1 , pk+1 ). Set k = k + 1. 6: until stopping criteria. The verification of both Armijo’s and Wolfe’s rule requires the repetitive evaluation of the cost functional. 1 Descent Methods 51 involves the solution of a PDE, the studied line search strategies may become very costly in practice. ρ Under the stronger requirement that ∇ f is Lipschitz continuous on N0 , for some ρ > 0, with Lipschitz constant M > 0, an alternative line search condition for the steepest descent method is given by f (uk + αk dk ) ≤ f (uk ) − η2 ∇ f (uk ) 2M 2 .

Then E(u) = G(F(u)) is also Fr´echet differentiable and its derivative is given by: E (u) = G (F(u)) F (u). Let C ⊂ U be a nonempty subset of a real normed space U and f : C ⊂ U −→ R a given functional, bounded from below. Consider the following problem: min f (u). 6. For u ∈ C the direction v − u ∈ U is called admissible if there exists a sequence {tn }n∈N , with 0 < tn → 0 as n → ∞, such that u +tn (v − u) ∈ C for every n ∈ N. 2. 6) and that v − u¯ is an admissible direction. If f is directionally differentiable at u, ¯ in direction v − u, ¯ then δ f (u)(v ¯ − u) ¯ ≥ 0.

C) if for every weakly convergent sequence un u in U it follows that h(u) ≤ lim inf h(un ). 1. c (see [35, p. 15]). In addition, every convex functional is also quasiconvex. 1. 4) then f has a global minimum. Proof. , {un } ⊂ U and lim f (un ) = inf f (u). 4) it follows that the sequence {un } is bounded. Since U is reflexive, there exists a subsequence {unk }k∈N of {un } which converges weakly to a limit u¯ as k → ∞. Due to the weakly lower semi continuity of f it follows that f (u) ¯ ≤ lim inf f (unk ) = inf f (u).

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