Asymptotics of minimax stochastic programs
Alexander Shapiro ()
Statistics & Probability Letters, 2008, vol. 78, issue 2, 150-157
We discuss in this paper asymptotics of the sample average approximation (SAA) of the optimal value of a minimax stochastic programming problem. The main tool of our analysis is a specific version of the infinite dimensional delta method. As an example, we discuss asymptotics of SAA of risk averse stochastic programs involving the absolute semideviation risk measure. Finally, we briefly discuss exponential rates of convergence of the optimal value of SAA problems.
Keywords: Sample; average; approximation; Infinite; dimensional; delta; method; Functional; central; limit; theorem; Minimax; stochastic; programming; Absolute; semideviation; risk; measure; Exponential; rate; of; convergence (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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