• LGO

  • Referenced in 96 articles [sw00516]
  • problems under very mild -- continuity or Lipschitz-continuity -- structural assumptions. LGO is embedded into...
  • NIMBUS

  • Referenced in 63 articles [sw04339]
  • capable of handling several nonconvex locally Lipschitz continuous objective functions subject to nonlinear (possibly nondifferentiable...
  • TIGRA

  • Referenced in 40 articles [sw02333]
  • twice continuous Fréchet differentiable with a Lipschitz-continuous first derivative and obvious source conditions...
  • QPCOMP

  • Referenced in 32 articles [sw00757]
  • shown to solve any solvable Lipschitz continuous, continuously differentiable, pseudo-monotone mixed nonlinear complementarity problem...
  • SymDIRECT

  • Referenced in 17 articles [sw22239]
  • global optimization problem for a symmetric Lipschitz continuous function. An efficient modification of the well...
  • GradSamp

  • Referenced in 118 articles [sw05270]
  • computing the local minima of a continuously differentiable function in n real variables, which ... convex and not even locally Lipschitz. The only request formulated is that the gradient...
  • NOA

  • Referenced in 14 articles [sw08659]
  • Fortran subroutines for minimizing a locally Lipschitz continuous function subject to locally Lipschitzian inequality...
  • DFMO

  • Referenced in 14 articles [sw36997]
  • problem by only assuming Lipschitz continuity of the functions; more specifically, we give new optimality...
  • BEDFix

  • Referenced in 9 articles [sw04469]
  • variables. The function must be Lipschitz continuous with constant 1 with respect to the infinity ... than the simple iteration method, when the Lipschitz constant is less than but close ... continuous functions, unlike methods that require gradient information; also, it handles functions with minimum Lipschitz...
  • just-continuity

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw34472]
  • Projective splitting with forward steps only requires continuity. A recent innovation in projective splitting algorithms ... resolvent step for operators that are Lipschitz continuous. This paper shows that the Lipschitz assumption ... convergent algorithm for operators that are merely continuous with full domain...
  • ranlip

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw00777]
  • generation of nonuniform random variates from Lipschitz-continuous densities using acceptance/rejection, and the class library ... assumed that the required distribution has Lipschitz-continuous density, which is either given analytically...
  • rcss

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw26844]
  • controlled Markov chain consisting of a uncontrolled continuous component following linear dynamics and a controlled ... assumed to be convex and Lipschitz continuous in the continuous state. The action...
  • LiPsMin

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw26236]
  • paper presents a minimization method for Lipschitz continuous, piecewise smooth objective functions based on algorithmic...
  • ADD-OPT

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw25783]
  • strongly-convex, objective functions with globally Lipschitz-continuous gradients, where k is the number...
  • Algorithm 848

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw04408]
  • rectangular domain, and is Lipschitz continuous with respect to the infinity norm with constant ... satisfying the absolute error criterion when the Lipschitz constant is less than 1. For functions...
  • MBT-optimizer

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw41981]
  • functions whose gradient is globally Lipschitz continuous. As such, it is not actually applicable...
  • SISTOS

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw14820]
  • density function of noise is Lipschitz continuous. This finding is significant because the uncertainty...
  • PCA_SA

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw38319]
  • smooth, non-differentiable and non-Lipschitz continuous functions in the univariate and bivariate cases...
  • Emmental-type GKLS

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw39659]
  • multidimensional test problems for methods solving constrained Lipschitz global optimization problems are proposed ... GKLS-based multidimensional test problems with continuously differentiable multiextremal objective functions and non-linear constraints...
  • NESVM

  • Referenced in 6 articles [sw08753]
  • determine the descent direction, while the Lipschitz constant determines the step size. Only two matrix ... decreasing the smooth parameter and using the continuation method. Our experiments on census income categorization...