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Optimization of continuous expected value models

Kenneth C. Levine

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Published
**1968**
by Bureau of Business and Economic Research, Georgia State College in Atlanta
.

Written in English

- Inventory control -- Mathematical models.,
- Statistical decision.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | [by] Kenneth C. Levine [and] William R. Thomas. |

Series | Georgia State College. Bureau of Business and Economic Research. Research paper, no. 45 |

Contributions | Thomas, William Ronald, 1941- joint author. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | HD55 .L48 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | iv, 41 l. |

Number of Pages | 41 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL5276479M |

LC Control Number | 71626077 |

STOCHASTIC OPTIMIZATION IN CONTINUOUS TIME This is a rigorous but user-friendly book on the application of stochastic control theory to economics. A distinctive feature of the book is that math- Expected value as an area 22 Steady state: constant-discount-rate case • Model is a mathematical representations of a system – Models allow simulating and analyzing the system – Models are never exact • Modeling depends on your goal – A single system may have many models – Large ‘libraries’ of standard model templates exist – A conceptually new model is a big deal (economics, biology).

Optimization for Maximizing the Expected Value of Order Statistics David Bergman Department of Operations and Information Management, University of Connecticut, Hillside Rd, Storrs, CT [email protected] Carlos Cardonha IBM Research, Rua Tutoia , Sao Paulo, SP. Brazil [email protected] Jason Imbrogno. applications because of the prevalence of models based on scenarios and finite sampling. Conditional Value-at-Risk is able to quantify dangers beyond Value-at-Risk, and moreover it is coherent. It provides optimization shortcuts which, through linear programming techniques, make practical many large-scale.

Contents s 4 es 7 ric matrices 11 ar Value Decomposition 16 Equations 21 Algorithms 26 ity 30 , Quadratic and Geometric Models 35 Second-Order Cone and Robust Models 40 Semideﬁnite Models 44 Introduction to Algorithms 51 Learning from Data 57 Computational Finance 61 Control Problems 71 Engineering . The main topic of this book is optimization problems involving uncertain parameters, for which stochastic models are available. Although many ways have been proposed to model uncertain quantities, stochastic models have proved their ﬂexibility and usefulness in diverse areas of science. This is mainly due to solid mathematical foundations and.

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Optimization of continuous expected value models. Atlanta, Bureau of Business and Economic Research, Georgia State College, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth C Levine; William Ronald Thomas.

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