We consider a bilevel optimal control problem where the upper level is a scalar optimal control problem and the lower level is a multi-objective convex optimal control problem. We deal with the so called optimistic case, i.e. when the follower cooperates with the leader. First we state a relationship between the (weakly or properly) efficient...

# Videos

## The Australian Mathematical Science Institute and the IRMACS Centre Present:

A Workshop on Computational and Analytical Mathematics - Video Recordings

Borwein, David

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Giles, John R.

A Banach space is an Asplund space if every continuous gauge has a point where the subdifferential mapping is Hausdorff weak upper semi continuous with weakly compact image.This contributes towards the solution of a problem posed by Godefroy, Montesinos and Zizler.

Lassonde , Marc

We provide an inequality relating the radial directional derivative and the subdifferential

of proper lower semicontinuous functions, which extends the known formula for convex functions.

We show that this property is equivalent to other subdifferential properties, such as

controlled dense subdifferentiability, controlled...

Moors, Warren

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