## Evaluation complexity of adaptive cubic regularization methods for convex unconstrained optimization

The adaptive cubic regularization algorithms described in Cartis, Gould & Toint (2009, 2010) for unconstrained (nonconvex) optimization are shown to have improved worst-case efficiency in terms of the function- and gradient-evaluation count when applied to convex and strongly convex objectives. In particular, our complexity upper bounds match in order (as a function of the accuracy … Read more