Canonical Primal-Dual Method for Solving Non-convex Minimization Problems

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Wu, Changzhi; Li, Chaojie; Gao, David Yang;
  • Subject: Mathematics - Optimization and Control | Computer Science - Numerical Analysis | Computer Science - Data Structures and Algorithms

A new primal-dual algorithm is presented for solving a class of non-convex minimization problems. This algorithm is based on canonical duality theory such that the original non-convex minimization problem is first reformulated as a convex-concave saddle point optimizati... View more
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