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SOSCSocial Science (course; various schools)
SOSCSpecial Olympics Southern California (Long Beach, CA)
SOSCState On-Scene Coordinator (various locations)
SOSCSouthern Oregon State College
SOSCSpecial Operations Support Command (theater army; US DoD)
SOSCState of the Science Conference (Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center)
SOSCSpace Operations Support Center (US NASA)
SOSCSociety of Ordained Scientists (est. 1990)
SOSCSmithsonian Oceanographic Sorting Center
SOSCSecond-Order Sufficient Condition (analytics)
SOSCSystem Operational and Support Capability
SOSCSystem Operation Support Center
SOSCSwitch Operations Service Center (Sprint)
SOSCSelf-Oscillating Switching Converter
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The book shows that the classical second-order sufficient condition for the induced optimization problem (IOP), together with the strict bang-bang property, ensures second-order sufficient conditions for the bang-bang control problem.
Intuitively, with a satisfying the first-order condition, an increase in wealth leads to an increase (decrease) in the willingness to bear risk when utility exhibits DARA (IARA) implying that the choice of [alpha] rises (falls), while the second-order sufficient condition implies that the direction of change in [alpha] has the same sign as [integral of] U" [Z.
Observe that the second-order sufficient condition implies that the sign of the short-run supply response to MLR improvements, [delta][y.
KL]) [greater than] 1 given the second-order sufficient conditions.
Hence, the second-order sufficient conditions imply that demand for labor decreases (increases) as the wage rate increases, [delta][L.
We use the method of Lagrange multipliers and apply the first- order necessary conditions as well as the second-order sufficient conditions for maximization.
Organization of remaining paper is as below: section 2 details the building of model, in section 3 we consider an explicit example and find optimal output, section 4 explains the interpretation of Lagrange multipliers, in section 5 second-order sufficient conditions are applied for maximization, section 6 enlightens the comparative static analysis, and concluding remarks are given in section 7.
Topics include the existence of optimal solutions, necessary optimality conditions and adjoint equations, second-order sufficient conditions, and main principles of selected numerical techniques.
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