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Banek Tadeusz, Kozłowski Edward
LQG Monotone Follower Model of Change Control in Turbulent Environment
Multiple Criteria Decision Making / University of Economics in Katowice, 2010, vol. 5, s. 11-30, bibliogr. 22 poz.
Procesy stochastyczne, Ekonometria, Metody ilościowe
Stochastic processes, Econometrics, Quantitative methods
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Change control (ChC) and monotone LQG follower (MFP) are two problems considered in this paper. Analogies and similarities between them allow for introducing a common parametrization, which can be used for translation of results obtained for the follower problem into the jargon of change control. Analogies and similarities between these problems are recognized on two levels: movement's description and criteria of control. That is the first moment when multicriteria approach is taken into account. On the other hand, there are many possible criteria which can, and should, be taken into account in deciding how to apply results coming from solutions of MFP into actions for ChC. That is the second moment for multicriteria approach to work. (original abstract)
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