Evgeni Dubinin: Optimal Allocation of Spare Funds CSIT 2000 : 337-340
In present paper the problem of the investment portfolio structure determination is considered, taking into account the investor's expectations. The points are defined as the objects for the investment; each of them is specified by the fixed size of income (in form of interest) as well as the proabbility of reliable work. The obtained problem of the stochastic programming is solved by splitting into a pair of separate problems, which are solved, respectively, by the branch-and-bound method and a method of linear programming. The algorithm for solving the problem is offered, which is illustrated finally with a numerical example.
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