Dynamic modelling and control of national economies, 1983 : by Tamer Başar;L -F Pau;International Federation of Automatic

By Tamer Başar;L -F Pau;International Federation of Automatic Control.;International Federation of Operational Research Societies.;International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis.;All authors

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By Tamer Başar;L -F Pau;International Federation of Automatic Control.;International Federation of Operational Research Societies.;International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis.;All authors

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May- be solved for Y 1 . Thus there exi sts a map­ Simi larly for ping ! '. ) . � 2 (! ) = 0 there exists a mapping ! '. ) . D Assumption ( 5 ) implies that both econometric model s � 1 ( � 1 , 1:! ) = 0 and � 2 < ! 2 , U ) = 0 have model solution programs which compute � 1 and � 2 respectively , given u. Clearly , the mappings 2 1 and are provided by the solution programs of ( 1 ) and ( 2) respec­ tively . Thi s assumption may be used to e liminate ! i and � 2 from ( 4 ) and reduce the constrained optimization problem ( 3 ) to the unconstrained minimization over U (6) where E nK is the nK dimensional Euclid­ ean space with n as the number of the policy instruments and K as the number of time periods over which policy optimization is being considered .

K , uk , s , � ) T�k + ��Tk Hk�k �k N��k + � (u_k , u� ) $ o } ( 38 ) where s o o o 2 o 0 £ ( i:: , u , s , � ) � u + -T l l ( � ( ';'. , u ) + o l l l , ( 39 ) + s s , s0 are non-negative penalty parameters , I 0 � - e (u , u ) , discussed in Rustem ( 1 983) so Hk is a quasi-Newton approximation to the Hessian of the Lagrangian o T, o o , 6. n L (';'. :) = JC ( i:: 1 u , s , � ) + � (u , u ) f\ The submatrix of Hk corresponding to the Hessian with respect to ':'. i s assumed to be positive definite .

0 and � 2 < ! 2 , U ) = 0 have model solution programs which compute � 1 and � 2 respectively , given u. Clearly , the mappings 2 1 and are provided by the solution programs of ( 1 ) and ( 2) respec­ tively . Thi s assumption may be used to e liminate ! i and � 2 from ( 4 ) and reduce the constrained optimization problem ( 3 ) to the unconstrained minimization over U (6) where E nK is the nK dimensional Euclid­ ean space with n as the number of the policy instruments and K as the number of time periods over which policy optimization is being considered .

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