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accepted Why is the following about logarithms true?
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comment Why is the following about logarithms true?
@Thomas thanks, got it. If you put the hint as an answer, Ill accept it.
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revised Why is the following about logarithms true?
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comment Why is the following about logarithms true?
yes ! thanks for noticing
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asked Why is the following about logarithms true?
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comment Representing a point inside a polyhedron as a convex combination of extreme points
Yes. Thank you very much :)
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accepted Representing a point inside a polyhedron as a convex combination of extreme points
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comment Representing a point inside a polyhedron as a convex combination of extreme points
Patrick, In fact my convex set is actually a polyhedron
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revised Representing a point inside a polyhedron as a convex combination of extreme points
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comment Representing a point inside a polyhedron as a convex combination of extreme points
I think caratheodory's theorem is what i was looking for
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revised Representing a point inside a polyhedron as a convex combination of extreme points
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revised Representing a point inside a polyhedron as a convex combination of extreme points
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asked Representing a point inside a polyhedron as a convex combination of extreme points
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accepted Does max { $w^Tx$ subject to $x$ is a point on a given polyhedron } optimize at an extreme point?
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comment Does max { $w^Tx$ subject to $x$ is a point on a given polyhedron } optimize at an extreme point?
Does a convex optimization problem imply that the solution will be on one of the extreme point of the polyhedron ? Are you also suggesting that the solution is same irrespective of the relaxation ? Can this somehow be explained by the fact that extreme points are independent i.e. they cannot be described as a convex combination of other points from the polyhedron ?