Stochastic Programming: Non-Anticipativity and Lagrange Multipliers
Introduction: Decision making under uncertainty can often be formalized as a stochastic program, constrained not merely in material terms, but also by limited information. The former type of constraints, accounting for material bound, is usually described by inequalities required to hold almost surely. The latter type, reflecting informational restrictions, often assumes the form of linear equations involving conditional expectation operators...
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