## Immunity to Increasing Condition Numbers of Linear Superiorization versus Linear Programming

Given a family of linear constraints and a linear objective function one can consider whether to apply a Linear Programming (LP) algorithm or use a Linear Superiorization (LinSup) algorithm on this data. In the LP methodology one aims at finding a point that fulfills the constraints and has the minimal value of the objective function … Read more

## The convergence rate of the Sandwiching algorithm for convex bounded multiobjective optimization

Sandwiching algorithms, also known as Benson-type algorithms, approximate the nondominated set of convex bounded multiobjective optimization problems by constructing and iteratively improving polyhedral inner and outer approximations. Using a set-valued metric, an estimate of the approximation quality is determined as the distance between the inner and outer approximation. The convergence of the algorithm is evaluated … Read more

## Efficient Computation of the Approximation Quality in Sandwiching Algorithms

Computing the approximation quality is a crucial step in every iteration of Sandwiching algorithms (also called Benson-type algorithms) used for the approximation of convex Pareto fronts, sets or functions. Two quality indicators often used in these algorithms are polyhedral gauge and epsilon indicator. In this article, we develop an algorithm to compute the polyhedral gauge … Read more

## An approximation algorithm for multi-objective mixed-integer convex optimization

In this article we introduce an algorithm that approximates Pareto fronts of multiobjective mixed-integer convex optimization problems. The algorithm constructs an inner and outer approximation of the front exploiting the convexity of the patches and is applicable to problems with an arbitrary number of criteria. In the algorithm, the problem is decomposed into patches, which … Read more

## A transformation-based discretization method for solving general semi-infinite optimization problems

Discretization methods are commonly used for solving standard semi-infinite optimization (SIP) problems. The transfer of these methods to the case of general semi-infinite optimization (GSIP) problems is difficult due to the \$x\$-dependence of the infinite index set. On the other hand, under suitable conditions, a GSIP problem can be transformed into a SIP problem. In … Read more