Minimal elements for product orders
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SubjectEkeland's variational principle; Product order; Minimal elements; Vector optimization; Abstract subdifferential
The aim of the present article is to generalize several results of 19 for product spaces X × V, where X is a complete metric space and V is a Banach space and to give considerably simplified proofs. Moreover, we discuss sufficient conditions for the decisive assumptions as well as an application to vector optimization problems.
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