Monday, May 20
10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Salon A

Interior Point Methods (Invited minisymposium)

In the last ten years, interior point methods have been studied extensively and intensively, and a remarkable progress has been made. In particular, it has become one of the most important tools for solving large scale optimization problems. In this minisymposium, the speakers will present some recent developments in interior point methods, including a theoretical analysis of a primaldual affine scaling algorithm, an implementation of a largescale infeasibleinteriorpoint algorithm, and an interiorpoint method for general convex optimization problems.

Organizer: Masakazu Kojima
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

A Study of the Homogeneous Algorithm for Convex Optimization Problem
Erling D. Andersen, Odense University, Denmark; and Yinyu Ye, University of Iowa
Asymptotic Behavior of Path Following Algorithms
Clovis Gonzaga, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
An Affine Scaling Algorithm with Necessary Centering as a Safeguard
Gongyun Zhao, Jie Sun, and Jishan Zhu, National University of Singapore, Singapore
A Matlab-Based Interior-Point Package LIPSOL and Numerical Results
Yin Zhang, University of Maryland Baltimore County

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