Title: Sufficiency and Duality for Interval-Valued Optimization Problems with Vanishing Constraints Using Weak Constraint Qualifications
Author(s): Izhar Ahmad, Krishna Kummari, S. Al-Homidan
Pages: 784-798
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Izhar Ahmad, Krishna Kummari, S. Al-Homidan, Sufficiency and Duality for Interval-Valued Optimization Problems with Vanishing Constraints Using Weak Constraint Qualifications, Int. J. Anal. Appl., 18 (5) (2020), 784-798.

Abstract


In this paper, we are concerned with one of the difficult class of optimization problems called the interval-valued optimization problem with vanishing constraints. Sufficient optimality conditions for a LU optimal solution are derived under generalized convexity assumptions. Moreover, appropriate duality results are discussed for a Mond-Weir type dual problem. In addition, numerical examples are given to support the sufficient optimality conditions and weak duality theorem.

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