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By Eberhard Zeidler

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Then there are multipliers (λ0 , . . , λm+r ) = 0 such that m m+r λi ∂ϕi (¯ x ) ∪ ∂(−ϕi )(¯ x ) + N (¯ x ; Ω) , λi ∂ϕi (¯ x) + 0∈ i=0 i=m+1 λi ≥ 0 for all i = 0, . . , m + r, and λi ϕi (¯ x ) = 0 for i = 1, . . , m . 28 5 Constrained Optimization and Equilibria Proof. To prove (i), we assume without loss of generality that ϕ0 (¯ x ) = 0. Then it is easy to observe that (¯ x , 0) is a local extremal point of the following system of closed sets in the Asplund space X × IR m+r +1 : Ωi := (x, α0 , .

It is easy to deduce from the definitions of ε-normals and ε-subgradients with the use of the local Lipschitz continuity of f Ω around xk for k sufficiently large that the above inclusions yield (xk∗ , z k∗ ) ∈ Nεk (xk , z k ); E( f, Ω, Θ) for large k ∈ IN , where εk := ε1k + ( + 1)ε2k ↓ 0 with the Lipschitz constant of f Ω around x¯. 39) as k → ∞. 40) under the coderivative normality assumption. 23) under consideration in this subsection and define the set E(ϕ0 , . . , ϕm+r , Ω) := (x, α0 , . . , αm+r ) ∈ X × IR m+r +1 x ∈ Ω, ϕi (x) ≤ αi , i = 0, .

0 + . . + 0, . . 40 to express coderivatives of ϕi via basic and singular subgradients of both ϕi and −ϕi . 36. In this case it is convenient to use the two-sided symmetric subdifferential x ) := ∂ϕ(¯ x ) ∪ ∂ + ϕ(¯ x) ∂ 0 ϕ(¯ for each function ϕi , i = m + 1, . . 23) under consideration. 20 (upper subdifferential conditions with symmetric subdifferentials for equality constraints). 23), where the set Ω is locally closed around x¯ and the functions ϕi are Lipschitz continuous around this point for i = m+1, .

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