Optimization of a multiobjective function
Hello, everyone,
Please I am looking for the minimum of the multiobjective function given in the joined file.
If an analytical solution is possible, please, provide it. if it is not possible please say why, and use a numerical method(weighted sum method, Pareto optimality...). f1 is more important than f2 and f3. f2 and f3 are at the same level of importance.
Please give all the calculations and method details.
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Good job

Does the function still convex if we don't neglect h ?

For the gradient decent method, you do not need convexity. The algorithm will converge. But I don't think putting the h there will make a sensible difference.

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