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The purpose of the present paper is to develop the notion of generalized invex monotonocities for fuzzy valued mappings.
If I is an invex set with respect to g, then a function f: I [right arrow] R is said to be preinvex if x, y [member of] I and [lambda] [member of] [0, 1] implies
Now we introduce the new classes of generalized second-order hybrid invex functions which seem to be application-oriented to developing a new optimality-duality theory for nonlinear programming based on second-order necessary and sufficient optimality conditions.
In this section, a dual problem is considered for the class of multiobjective programming problem with the new invex functions.
Hanson [6] introduced the invex functions which is the generalization of convex functions.
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The loan is payable through a trust (Invex Banco as trustee F/1268), to
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The set X = [-7, -2] [union] [2,10] is invex with respect to the function [eta]: X x X [right arrow] R, defined by
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F (x,u) is said to be invex at ([x.sup.*],[u.sup.*]) if there exist the vector functions [eta](t) [member of] [R.sup.n] of [C.sup.1] class, where [eta] [partial derivative] = 0 and [xi(t) [member of] [R.sup.k] of [C.sup.0]-class such that for every [for all] (x,u)[(x,u) [not equal to] ([x.sup.*],[u.sup.*])],