# InfoPS3 - Actions H B L E(Cost IR IC1(H IC2(B Transfer uA(t...

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Actions Cost Pr[x2 | a] Pr[x1 | a] Opp Cost H 60 1 0 40 B 30 0.5 0.5 L 5 0 1 E(Cost) 2025 IR 40 40 IC1 (H) 40 -60 IC2 (B) 40 -7.5 t_high t_low Transfer 0 2025 0 45 constraints linear in the decision variables. The transfers are then computed as Parameters Computed Objective Decision Variable u A ( t ) Note: Solver is tempramental so u A ( t ) is set as the decision variable to make the h ( u A ( t )) which is just [ u A ( t )] 2 in this case.

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Actions Cost Pr[x2 | a] Pr[x1 | a] Opp Cost H 60 1 0 40 B 30 0.5 0.5 L 5 0 1 E(Cost) 5525 IR 40 40 IC1 (H) 40 35 IC2 (L) 40 40 t_high t_low Transfer 9025 2025 95 45 constraints linear in the decision variables. The transfers are then computed as Parameters Computed Objective Decision Variable u A ( t ) Note: Solver is tempramental so u A ( t ) is set as the decision variable to make the h ( u A ( t )) which is just [ u A ( t )] 2 in this case.
Actions Cost Pr[x2 | a] Pr[x1 | a] Opp Cost H 60 1 0 40 B 30 0.5 0.5 L 5 0 1 E(Cost) 10000 IR 40 40 IC1 (B) 40 20 IC2 (L) 40 -5 t_high t_low Transfer 10000 0 100 0 constraints linear in the decision variables. The transfers are then computed as Parameters Computed Objective Decision Variable u A ( t ) Note: Solver is tempramental so u A ( t ) is set as the decision variable to make the h ( u A ( t )) which is just [ u A ( t )] 2 in this case.

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Actions Cost Opp CostData Check H 0.18 0.02 0.72 0.08 15 50 1 L 0.05 0.45 0.05 0.45 0 1 E(Cost) 4244.27 IR 50 50 IC1 50 50 t_low_g t_low_b t_high_g t_high_b Transfer 4346.50 1396.79 4381.87 3487.74 65.93 37.37 66.20 59.06 constraints linear in the decision variables. The transfers are then computed as Parameters Computed Objective Decision Variable Pr[ g & x 1 ] Pr[ b & x 1 ] Pr[ g & x 2 ] Pr[ b & x 2 ] u A ( t ) Note: Solver is tempramental so u A ( t ) is set as the decision variable to make the h ( u A ( t )) which is just [ u A ( t )] 2 in this case.

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## This note was uploaded on 07/03/2011 for the course ECO 7113 taught by Professor Cpiette during the Spring '10 term at University of Florida.

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