The globally uniquely solvable (GUS) property of the linear transformation of the linear complementarity problems over symmetric cones has been studied recently by Gowda et al. via the approach of Euclidean Jordan algebra. In this paper, we contribute a new approach to characterizing the GUS property of the linear transformation of the second-order cone linear complementarity problems (SOCLCP) via some basic linear algebra properties of the involved matrix of SOCLCP. Some more concrete and checkable sufficient and necessary conditions for the GUS property are thus derived.
Scopus Subject Areas
- Globally uniquely solvable property
- Linear complementarity problem
- Second-order cone