Convex Optimization, Part 1

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Cambridge University Press, Mar 8, 2004 - Business & Economics - 716 pages
"The focus of the book is on recognizing and formulating convex optimization problems, and then solving them efficiently. It contains many worked examples and homework exercises and will appeal to students, researchers, and practitioners in fields such as engineering, computer science, mathematics, finance, and economics."--BOOK JACKET.
 

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A good resource, intuitive, fluent and understandable...materials are in perfect logical order...written so cohesively that you can read all it at once.

Contents

II
1
IV
4
V
7
VI
9
VII
11
VIII
14
IX
16
X
19
LXIV
397
LXVI
402
LXVII
405
LXVIII
410
LXIX
416
LXX
422
LXXI
432
LXXII
438

XI
21
XIII
27
XIV
35
XV
43
XVI
46
XVII
51
XVIII
59
XIX
60
XX
67
XXI
79
XXII
90
XXIII
95
XXIV
104
XXV
108
XXVI
112
XXVII
113
XXVIII
127
XXIX
136
XXX
146
XXXI
152
XXXII
160
XXXIII
167
XXXIV
174
XXXV
188
XXXVI
189
XXXVII
215
XXXIX
223
XL
232
XLI
237
XLII
241
XLIII
249
XLIV
253
XLV
258
XLVI
264
XLVII
272
XLVIII
273
XLIX
289
L
291
LI
302
LII
305
LIII
318
LIV
324
LV
343
LVI
344
LVII
351
LVIII
359
LIX
364
LX
374
LXI
384
LXII
392
LXIII
393
LXXIII
446
LXXIV
447
LXXV
455
LXXVI
457
LXXVII
463
LXXVIII
466
LXXIX
475
LXXX
484
LXXXI
496
LXXXII
508
LXXXIII
513
LXXXIV
514
LXXXV
521
LXXXVI
525
LXXXVII
531
LXXXVIII
542
LXXXIX
556
XC
557
XCI
561
XCII
562
XCIII
568
XCIV
579
XCV
585
XCVI
596
XCVII
609
XCVIII
615
XCIX
621
C
623
CI
631
CII
633
CIII
637
CIV
639
CV
640
CVI
645
CVII
652
CVIII
653
CIX
655
CX
656
CXI
657
CXII
659
CXIII
661
CXIV
664
CXV
668
CXVI
672
CXVII
681
CXVIII
684
CXIX
685
CXX
697
CXXI
701
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Stephen Boyd received his PhD from the University of California, Berkeley. Since 1985 he has been a member of the Electrical Engineering Department at Stanford University, where he is now Professor and Director of the Information Systems Laboratory. He has won numerous awards for teaching and research, and is a Fellow of the IEEE. He was one of the co-founders of Barcelona Design, and is the co-author of two previous books Linear Controller Design: Limits of Performance and Linear Matrix Inequalities in System and Control Theory.

Lieven Vandenberghe received his PhD from the Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium, and is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of California, Los Angeles. He has published widely in the field of optimization and is the recipient of a National Science Foundation CAREER award.