By Shingo Takahashi Ph.D., Kyoichi Kijima Ph.D., Ryo Sato Ph.D. (auth.), Shingo Takahashi Ph.D., Kyoichi Kijima Ph.D., Ryo Sato Ph.D. (eds.)
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Aijmi ;::: L. 4 Coordination of Process Interactions 47 for any ro,o that is, n n n n L,gi(m,ro)+ L,vi·Aim- L,L,vi·Aijmi ~'t"(ro). i=1 i=1 i=1 j =1 Hence, g(m, ro) ~ 't"(ro) that is, mis an overall satisficing solution. To show the coordinability of the principle, we assume the following. 3 1. gi is concave in m; u, and upper semicontinuous in m; u, for each to (i E I) . 2. gj - 't"j is convex in ro and lower semicontinuous in to for each m, and u, (i E I). 3. ; ro) - g;(mf, Uf, ro) is convex in ro and lower semicontinuous in ro for each m, and u;(i E I) .
For each roo This function evidently satisfies the requirements. 2, the compatibility concept for each infimal problem is extended as below. 44 2. l for which each ts, 'r; + 0;) is compatible, where n Lo;(OJ)~O. l be a real vector function for which each (g;, t; + 0;) is compatible. Then, there exists an infimal satisficing solution for each infimal problem [17j. Therefore, this system is coordinable by the ALM principle. m; As pointed out by Mesarovic et a1. 1 has a strong relation with a max-min solution of g - 'r.
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