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- Debdas Ghosh:
A Davidon-Fletcher-Powell Type Quasi-Newton Method to Solve Fuzzy Optimization Problems. ICMC 2017: 232-245
- Joanna M. Papakonstantinou, Richard A. Tapia:
Generation of classes of symmetric rank-2 secant updates and the maximality of the Davidon class. Optimization Methods and Software 27(4-5): 919-929 (2012)
- John Greenstadt:
Reminiscences on the development of the variational approach to Davidon's variable-metric method. Math. Program. 87(2): 265-280 (2000)
- William C. Davidon:
Variable Metric Method for Minimization. SIAM J. Optim. 1(1): 1-17 (1991)
- Melanie L. Lenard:
Practical convergence conditions for the Davidon-Fletcher-Powell method. Math. Program. 9(1): 69-86 (1975)
- Claude Lemaréchal:
Note on an extension of "Davidon" methods to nondifferentiable functions. Math. Program. 7(1): 384-387 (1974)
- B. L. Pierson, S. G. Rajtora:
Computational Experience with the Davidon Method Applied to Optimal Control Problems. IEEE Trans. Syst. Sci. Cybern. 6(3): 240-242 (1970)
- G. W. Stewart:
A Modification of Davidon's Minimization Method to Accept Difference Approximations of Derivatives. J. ACM 14(1): 72-83 (1967)
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