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The concept of convexity is important in declaring a function to have one minimum only. A convex function thus has a global minimum. • Typically, optimization algorithms are written to minimize a function. If the objective function is to be maximized, it is negated and then solved as a minimization problem. • The necessary condition for optimality (either maximum or minimum) is that the gradient vanishes at the point of consideration. • At the point of optimality, if the second derivative of the objective function is positive, it is a case of the minimum and if the second derivative is negative, it is case of the maximum.

Formulate least squares sense, that is, this as an optimization problem. 19). 19 Solar energy problem. Energy storage tank of volume V 31 Introduction The design variable T is related to V as V= 50 T − 20 The variable T has to be restricted between 40°C and 90°C. The cost U is to be minimized. Formulate this as an optimization problem. A company manufactures three products: A, B, and C. 4. 5. 6. What quantities of A, B, and C should be produced to maximize profit? Formulate this as an optimization problem.

M, is written to make a quadratic approximation of the function. 17) along with the function contours. 16 Linear and quadratic approximation of the function e–x. 5 2 24 Optimization: Algorithms and Applications 160 00 2000 00 150,0 90,000 80,000 70,000 60,000 50,000 180 15,000 200 Objective function Quadratic approx. 2. 6 Construct linear and quadratic approximations for the function f ( x ) = 3 x2 − x1 x2 at a point (2, 1). 8 Organization of the Book The book is organized into 11 chapters. Chapter 2 discusses 1-D algorithms such as the bisection, Newton–Raphson, secant, and golden-section methods.