Higher-order optimality conditions for weakly efficient solutions in nonconvex set-valued optimization
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In this paper, generalized higher-order contingent (adjacent) derivatives of set-valued maps are introduced and some of their properties are discussed. Under no any convexity assumptions, necessary and sufficient optimality conditions are obtained for weakly efficient solutions of set-valued optimization problems by employing the generalized higher-order derivatives.
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