Isac's cones and applications
AbstractThe nuclear (supernormal) cones were introduced by the regretted Professor George Isac (1981) and published in 1983. With his permission and for the first time we named them 'Isac's cones' in 2009. In memory of Professor Isac, we present some considerations of noticeable importance on this class of ordering convex cones.
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Volume (Year): 3 (2011)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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Isac's cones; Pareto type efficiency; optimisation; George Isac; supernormal cones; nuclear cones; convex cones.;
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