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Then A; = {i I ci(x*)= 0 and A: = 0) = 8. AS6. The Outer-iteration Algorithm has a single limit point, x* Under these additional assumptions, we are able to derive the following result. 5) Assume that ASI-AS6 hold. Then there is a constant p m i n > 0 such that the penalty parameter p ( k )generated by the Outer-iteration Algorithm satis$es p ( k ) = p m i n for all k suficiently large. Furthermore, and satisfy the bounds x[i)*l for the two-norm-consistent norm I 1. I Ig and some positive constants a, and ax, while each I, i E 2*,converges to zero at a Q-superlinear rate.

AS7. (Strict complementary slackness condition 2) Suppose that (x*,A*) is a Kuhn-Tucker point for problem (l), (2) and (9). Then z2= { j E Nb 1 (ge(z*,A*))j = 0 and z5 = 0) = 8. (53) ASS. If Jl is defined by (48), the approximations B('y0) satisfy for some positive constants v and c and all k sufficiently large. AS9. Suppose that (z*, A*) is a Kuhn-Tucker point for the problem ( l ) , (2) and (9), and that J1 is defined by (48). Then we assume that the second derivative approximations B(k70)have a single limit, B* and that the perturbed Kuhn-Tucker matrix is non-singular and has precisely m negative eigenvalues, where D* is the limiting diagonal matrix with entries 54 CONN.

As we shall see, all these approaches have advantages and disadvantages in terms of ease of use, applicability, and computing time. I . Compressed AD Approach In the compressed AD approach we assume that the sparsity pattern of the Jacobian matrix f ’ ( x ) is known for all vectors x E V ,where V is a region where all the iterates are known to lie. For example, V could be the set where xg is the initial starting point. Thus, in the compressed AD approach we assume that the closure of the sparsity pattern is known.

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