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A notion of local proper efficiency in the Borwein sense in vector optimisation

  • B. Jiménez (a1) and V. Novo (a2)
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In this paper we define two types of proper efficient solutions in the Borwein sense for vector optimisation problems and we compare them with the notions of local Borwein, Ishizuka-Tuan, Kuhn-Tucker and strict efficiency. A sufficient condition for a proper solution is also proved.

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