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Discrete-Event Control of Stochastic Networks: Multimodularity and Regularity

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Discrete-Event Control of Stochastic Networks: Multimodularity and Regularity
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Publisher: Springer
ISBN/ASIN: 3540203583
ISBN-13: 9783540203582
Number of pages: 325

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Opening new directions in research in both discrete event dynamic systems as well as in stochastic control, this volume focuses on a wide class of control and of optimization problems over sequences of integer numbers. This is a counterpart of convex optimization in the setting of discrete optimization. The theory developed is applied to the control of stochastic discrete-event dynamic systems.

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