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Multi-Objective Stochastic Models for Making Decisions on Resource Allocation

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Abstract

Methods and models for decision-making on the allocation of resources that are sufficiently important area of modern science are developed in this chapter. Need to take account of probability factors requires the development of stochastic models, and the desire of the decision to reduce the damage caused by the deterioration of the environment requires the development of methods of correction the original plan, and, therefore, leads to multistage models and methods of their optimization. The complex of mathematical methods and decision making models of distribution of resources in conditions of incomplete information on the base of using combined target functionals built by the classical principles of choice, such as egalitarianism and utilitarianism are used for analysis and modeling of right distribution of production and investment resources by the region/industry development in order to forecast the situation of managing risks of distribution resources within changing of social-economic sphere of considered projects.

Keywords

Utility Function Resource Allocation Stochastic Programming Choice Function Probabilistic Constraint 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Al-Farabi Kazakh National UniversityAlmatyKazakhstan

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