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Complementarity theory
also called Complementarity problem

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  1. a problem where one of the constraints is that the inner product of two elements of vector space must equal zero. i.e. =0

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  2. In particular for finite-dimensional vector spaces this means that with vectors X and Y (with nonnegative components) then for each pair of components xi and yi one of the pair must be zero, hence the name complementarity. e.g

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  3. Complementarity problems were originally studied because the Karush–Kuhn–Tucker conditions in linear programming and quadratic programming constitute a Linear complementarity problem (LCP) or a Mixed complementarity problem (MCP)

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  4. X=(1,0) and Y=(0,2) are complementary, but X=(1,1) and Y=(2,0) are not

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  5. a special case of a variational inequality

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  6. CPNET:Complementarity Problem Net

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