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Stability And Estimates In Stochastic Multiobjective Programming Problems


  • Svatava Vyvialová


The paper deals with a stability of multiobjective stochastic programming problems in which objective functions are in the form of mathematical expectation of functions depending on a random element and a constraints set is deterministic. The stability is investigated with respect to a probability measures space equipped with a suitable metric. The stability results are, furthermore, applied to obtain new statistical estimates results. A special attention is paid to the problems that can be reduced (from the mathematical point of view) to the problems with one-dimensional random element.

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  • Svatava Vyvialová, 2002. "Stability And Estimates In Stochastic Multiobjective Programming Problems," Bulletin of the Czech Econometric Society, The Czech Econometric Society, vol. 9(17).
  • Handle: RePEc:czx:journl:v:9:y:2002:i:17:id:115

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