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Therefore, we only describe its main conclusions briefly below; see [162, 15] for details. 1 Convex sets and Fr´echet derivative The definitions of convex set and convex map in Hilbert space H are similar to the ones in Euclidian space Rn , and therefore are omitted here. The derivative of a function in Rn is extended in the following definition. 1 (Fr´ echet derivative and differentiability) Let H and R be Hilbert space and Real space respectively. A function f : H → R is called Fr´ echet differentiable at x ¯ ∈ H if there exists a bounded linear map A(h) = (a · h), where a ∈ H, such that f (¯ x + h) − f (¯ x) − (a · h) = o( h ).

Thus, we have the following theorem. t. 56). Furthermore, the optimal value p∗ of the primal problem is equal to the optimal value d∗ of the dual problem. t. 60). Note that Slater’s condition is always satisfied by linear programming. 21. There are several user-friendly software programs, such as LINDO and LINGO [171], that can be used to solve linear programming. For small-scale linear programming, MATLAB R is also a good choice due to its simplicity [20]. 3 Support Vector Machines Convex Programming in Hilbert Space The variable x in the above optimization problems is an n-dimensional vector in Euclidian space x = ([x]1 , · · · , [x]n )T .

45) is true. 45) and so Lm ⊇ Lm ∗ . 44), the conclusion Lm = Lm ∗ is proved. 48) T T T where λ = (λT 1 , · · · , λm ) and ν = (ν1 , · · · , νp ) are the multiplier vectors. t. 42). 52) i=1 −∞, otherwise, where λi Lmi 0. 42). 2 Software for second-order cone programming (1) Software SeDuMi Self-Dual-Minimization (SeDuMi) is a tool for solving optimization problems. ca. q = (m1 , m2 , · · · , mm ). 51) respectively. t. 60) where c = (1, 1, 1)T , A = diag(0, 0, 1), b = (0, 0, 0)T , a ¯1 = (−1, 0, 1)T , b1 = 1 0, a ¯2 = (0, −1, 1)T , b2 = 0, ¯a3 = (1, 1, 1)T , b3 = 1, ε = .