Qinghong Zhang

According to our database1, Qinghong Zhang authored at least 14 papers between 2000 and 2019.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of five.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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Bibliography

2019
On a Compound Duality Classification for Geometric Programming.
J. Optimization Theory and Applications, 2019

2017
Strong Duality and Dual Pricing Properties in Semi-Infinite Linear Programming: A non-Fourier-Motzkin Elimination Approach.
J. Optimization Theory and Applications, 2017

2016
Buyer-vendor coordination for fixed lifetime product with quantity discount under finite production rate.
Int. J. Systems Science, 2016

2015
A note on the minimal cone for conic linear programming.
Optimization Letters, 2015

2012
An inverse optimization approach for determining weights of joint displacement objective function for upper body kinematic posture prediction.
Robotica, 2012

Embedding methods for semidefinite programming.
Optimization Methods and Software, 2012

Nonlinear inverse optimization approach for determining the weights of objective function in standing reach tasks.
Computers & Industrial Engineering, 2012

2011
The minimal cone for conic linear programming.
4OR, 2011

An Alternative Formulation for Determining Weights of Joint Displacement Objective Function in Seated Posture Prediction.
Proceedings of the Digital Human Modeling, 2011

2010
Characterizations of interiors of feasible and infeasible data instances and feasibility for conic linear programming.
Optimization Letters, 2010

2009
Semi-infinite Programming, Semidefinite Programming and Perfect Duality.
Proceedings of the Encyclopedia of Optimization, Second Edition, 2009

2008
Uniform LP duality for semidefinite and semi-infinite programming.
CEJOR, 2008

2001
Perfect duality in semi-infinite and semidefinite programming.
Math. Program., 2001

2000
Analysis of risk allocation principle in project financing.
Proceedings of the IEEE/IAFE/INFORMS 2000 Conference on Computational Intelligence for Financial Engineering, 2000


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