3 edition of Studies in applied stochastic programming found in the catalog.
Studies in applied stochastic programming
by Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Számitástechnikai és Automatizálási Kutató Intézete in Budapest
Includes bibliographical references: v. 1.
|Statement||edited by András Prékopa.|
|Series||Tanulmányok,, Studies ;, 167/1985-, Tanulmányok (Magyar Tudományos Akadémia. Számitástechnikai és Automatizálási Kutatóintézet) ;, 1985/167, etc.|
|Contributions||Prékopa, A. 1929-|
|LC Classifications||T57 .79 .S78 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1 > :|
|LC Control Number||86141678|
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| May. The book strikes a nice balance between mathematical formalism and intuitive arguments, a style that is most suited for applied Studies in applied stochastic programming book.
Readers can learn both the rigorous treatment of stochastic analysis as well as practical applications in modeling and simulation. Numerous exercises nicely supplement the main exposition.
The book strikes a nice balance between mathematical formalism and intuitive arguments, a style that is most suited for applied mathematicians.
Readers can learn both the rigorous treatment of stochastic analysis as well as practical applications in modeling and simulation. Numerous exercises nicely supplement the main exposition. All these factors motivated us to present in an accessible and rigorous form contemporary models and ideas of stochastic programming.
We hope that the book will encourage other researchers to apply stochastic programming models and to undertake further studies of this fascinating and rapidly developing area. The authors employ stochastic programming for dynamic portfolio optimization, developing stochastic dedication models as stochastic extensions of the fixed income models discussed in chapter 4.
Two-stage and multi-stage stochastic programs extend the scenario models analysed in Chapter 5 to allow dynamic rebalancing of portfolios as time.
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The theory and methods of solving stochastic integer programming problems draw heavily from the theory of general integer programming.
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Here is a nonempty closed subset of, is a random vector whose probability distribution is supported on a set ⊂, and: × →.In the framework of two-stage stochastic programming, (,) is given by the optimal value of the corresponding second-stage problem.
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