Regina S. Burachik

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Regina Sandra Burachik is an Argentine[1] mathematician who works on optimization and analysis (particularly: convex analysis, functional analysis and non-smooth analysis). Currently, she is a professor at the University of South Australia.[2]

She earned her Ph.D. from the IMPA in 1995 under the supervision of Alfredo Noel Iusem (Generalized Proximal Point Method for the Variational Inequality Problem).[3] In her thesis, she "introduced and analyzed solution methods for variational inequalities, the latter being a generalization of the convex constrained optimization problem."[4]

Selected publications[edit]

Articles[edit]

  • with A. N. Iusem and B. F. Svaiter. "Enlargement of monotone operators with applications to variational inequalities", Set-Valued Analysis
  • with A. N. Iusem. "A generalized proximal point algorithm for the variational inequality problem in a Hilbert space", SIAM Journal on Optimization
  • with A. N. Iusem. "Set-valued mappings & enlargements of monotone operators", Optimization and its Applications
  • with B. F. Svaiter. "Maximal monotone operators, convex functions and a special family of enlargements", Set-Valued Analysis

Books[edit]

  • With Iusem: Set-Valued Mappings and Enlargements of Monotone Operators (2007)
  • Variational Analysis and Generalized Differentiation in Optimization and Control (2010, as editor)

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