Stochastic Surplus Process and Constrained Portfolio Optimisation with VaR and CVaR



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In this study, the literature, recent developments and new achievements in stochastic optimal control theory are studied. Stochastic optimal control theory is an important direction of mathematical optimization for deriving control policies subject to timedependent processes whose dynamics follow stochastic differential equations. In this study, this methodology is used to deal with those infinite-dimensional optimization programs for problems from finance and insurance that are indeed motivated by the real l...
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Feedforward is known to be one of the best methods for power amplifier linearization due to its superior linearization performance and broadband stable operation. However feedforward systems have relatively poor power efficiency and are complicated due to the presence of two nonlinear amplifiers and the requirements of amplitude, phase and delay matching within two different loops. In this thesis stochastic characterization of a simple feedforward system with autocorrelation analysis has been presented for ...
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M. Şimşek, Ö. Uğur, and S. A. Kestel, “Stochastic Surplus Process and Constrained Portfolio Optimisation with VaR and CVaR,” 2016, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: