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Mathematical Analysis of P-Stability Maps for Parametric Conic Vector Optimization

Authors: Assem A. Tharwat, Nahia Mourad, Mohammed A. Mosilhy

Journal:  Emirati Journal Of Business, Economics And Social Studies

Volume: Vol 3 Issue 1

Keywords: Parametric Vector Optimization Problems (PVOP); Domination Cone; Perturbation Maps; Set-valued Maps; Stability Notions


Stability analysis for nonlinear programming systems deals with the possible changes of the system parameters and/or equations that maintain the stability of the solutions. It is a crucial requirement to study the nonlinear system and its practical values, specifically the economic impact in most real-world applications. This paper presents some outcomes in connection with stability analysis corresponding to parametric conic vector optimization problems. For these last optimization problems, two novel types of P-Stability maps, which are the P-Stability notion map and the P-Stability perturbation map, are considered based on six kinds of sets: P-feasible set, P-solvability set, the first, second, third, and fourth kinds of P-Stability notion sets with respect to a specific domination cone P. Furthermore, qualitative characteristics of the P-Stability maps under some continuity and convexity assumptions on the objective function are provided and proved. Specifically, the connections between the P-Stability maps and the P-Stability notion set are investigated. Accordingly, these characteristics were extended to the P-perturbation maps. In addition, the idea of P-stability has heavily used in different applications like network privacy, engineering fields, and some business financial models.


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