Young Measures and Compactness in Measure Spaces

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Many problems in science can be formulated in the language of optimization theory, in which case an optimal solution or the best response to a particular situation is required. In situations of interest, such classical optimal solutions are lacking, or at least, the existence of such solutions is far from easy to prove. So, non-convex optimization problems may not possess a classical solution because approximate solutions typically show rapid oscillations. This phenomenon requires the extension of such problems' solution ...

Young Measures and Compactness in Measure Spaces 2012, Walter de Gruyter & Co, Berlin

ISBN-13: 9783110276404

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