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30) This is Slater's regularity condition which is well-known in the theory of nonlinear programming. , > 0, then 6, = g,(c*) = 0. 14) on the optimal value of the vector. It should be noticed that the Kuhn-Tucker theorem provides the necessary and sufficient conditions of optimality if the functionals f ( c ) and g,(c) (v = I , . . , M , ) are convex. 31) The block diagram of the system which corresponds to this algorithm is shown in Fig. 8. The half-wave rectifier in this scheme is introduced to realize the inequality constraints.