Operations Research and Bilevel Programming

Editorial Digital del Tecnológico de Monterrey
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 Operations Research (OR) and its applications is one of the most popular and fast growing majors of the students at universities throughout the world. The number of helpful and renown OR textbooks is enormous. However, up to our knowledge, there is no single textbook touching such an important new part of OR and of optimization in general as bilevel programming (BLP).
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Vyacheslav V. Kalashnikov

Professor at the Tecnológico de Monterrey, campus Monterrey. Vyacheslav V. Kalashnikov has a Dr. Sci. of Mathematics in Mathematical Cybernetics from the Central Economics and Mathematics Institute (CEMI) of the Russian Academy of Sciences and a Ph.D. in Mathematical Cybernetics from the Mathematical Institute of the Siberian Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dr. Kalashnikov co-authored the books Optimization with Multivalued Mappings: Theory, Applications and Algorithms (2006) and Complementarity, Equilibrium, Efficiency and Economics (2002). He is a member of the American Mathematical Society, the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Academia Mexicana de Ciencias and the Sociedad Matemática Mexicana. Vyacheslav V. Kalashnikov is also a member (Level II) of the National Roster of Researchers (SNI).

Stephan Dempe

Professor at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg in Germany. Stephan Dempe has a Dr.Sci. in Mathematics (1991) and a Ph.D. in Mathematics (1985) from the TU Chemnitz. Dr. Dempe is the author of Foundations of Bilevel Programming (2002) and co-author of Operations Research: Deterministische Modelle und Methoden (2006). He is a member of the Mathematical Optimization Society and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.


Nataliya I. Kalashnykova 

Professor in the Department of Physics and Mathematics at the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Mexico. Nataliya I. Kalashnykova has a Ph.D. in Mathematical Cybernetics from the Mathematical Institute of the Siberian Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dr. Kalshnykova co-edited Optimization with Multivalued Mappings: Theory, Applications and Algorithms (2006), and is the author of many journal articles. She is a member (Level I) of the National Roster of Researchers (SNI) and of the Sociedad Matemática Mexicana.



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Editorial Digital del Tecnológico de Monterrey
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Published on
Dec 18, 2013
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176
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9786075012698
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