Minimal element theorems and Ekeland's principle with set relations
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SubjectSet relations; Set-valued variational principle; Minimal point theorem; Set-valued optimization
We present two existence principles for minimal points of subsets of the product space X × 2Y, where X stands for a separated uniform space and Y a topological vector space. The two principles are distinct with respect to the involved ordering structure in 2Y. We derive from them new variants of Ekeland's principle for set-valued maps as well as a minimal point theorem in X × Y and Ekeland's principle for vector-valued functions.
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