Tucker is also well known for the Karush-Kuhn-Tucker conditions, ..

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Kuhn and Tucker also had dervived this independently but gave due credit to Karush.
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Clicking on “Platforms” takes one to a chronological listing of more than 40 statements of principle from various organizations in the anti-imperialist movement. The most confusing section, but also perhaps the most useful, is labeled “History.” Here, one finds various secondary sources on anti-imperialism, including several essays by Zwick. But alongside these pieces are some 16 collections of primary sources grouped not by genre and chronology, but by content. One particularly fascinating section presents a treasure trove of documents related to the African American experience in the anti-imperialist movement. Another collects articles, cartoons, and other sources related to the American pursuit of a canal through either Nicaragua or Panama. A third brings together the anti-imperialist writings of William Jennings Bryan. All of these collections are contextualized with short, useful introductory essays by Zwick.


Karush-Kuhn-Tucker conditions : Wikis (The Full Wiki)

So, the conditions are now known to be Karush-Kuhn-Tucker conditions or KKT conditions.
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This paper attracted much attention while a similar result obtained by William Karush in his Master's Thesis in 1939 [154] under the supervision of Lawrence M.