This work is devoted to the study of existence and stability results of semidefinite linear complementarity problems (SDLCP). Our approach consists of approximating the variational inequality formulation of the SDLCP by a sequence of suitable chosen variational inequalities. This provides particular estimates for the asymptotic cone of the solution set of the SDLCP. We thus obtain new coercive and noncoercive existence results, as well as new properties related to the continuity of the solution sets of the SDLCP (such as outer/upper semicontinuity, Lipschitz-type continuity, among others). Moreover, this asymptotic approach leads to a natural extension of the class of García linear transformations, formerly defined in the context of linear complementarity problems, to this SDLCP setting.
Technical Report DIM-CMM Nº B-11/09-241, Septiembre/2011.
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