*Frontmatter, pg. i*Preface, pg. vii*Contents, pg. ix*Introductory Remarks: A Guide Jar the Reader, pg. xi*Part I. Basic Concepts, pg. 1*Part II. Topological Properties, pg. 41*Part III. Duality Correspondences, pg. 93*Part IV. Representation and Inequalities, pg. 151*Part V. Differential Theory, pg. 211*Part VI. Constrained Extremum Problems, pg. 261*Part VII. Saddle-Functions and Minimax Theory, pg. 347*Part VIII. Convex Algebra, pg. 399*Comments and References, pg. 425*Bibliography, pg. 433*Index, pg. 447
R. Tyrrell Rockafellar is Professor of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at the University of Washington-Seattle. For his work in convex analysis and optimization, he was awarded the Dantzig Prize by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics and the Mathematical Programming Society.
"This book should remain for some years as the standard reference for anyone interested in convex analysis."--J. D. Pryce, Edinburgh Mathematical Society