Stability of the solution set of quasi-variational inequalities and optimal control
- Alphonse, Amal
- Hintermüller, Michael
- Rautenberg, Carlos N.
- Quasi-variational inequality, optimal control, multivalued solution maps
For a class of quasivariational inequalities (QVIs) of obstacle-type the stability of its solution set and associated optimal control problems are considered. These optimal control problems are non-standard in the sense that they involve an objective with set-valued arguments. The approach to study the solution stability is based on perturbations of minimal and maximal elements to the solution set of the QVI with respect to monotonic perturbations of the forcing term. It is shown that different assumptions are required for studying decreasing and increasing perturbations and that the optimization problem of interest is well-posed.