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We illustrate the correspondence between uncertainty sets in robust optimization and some popular risk measures in finance, and show how robust optimization can be used to generalize the concepts of these risk measures. We also show that by using properly defined uncertainty sets in robust optimization models, one can construct coherent risk measures. Our… (More)

Value-at-Risk (VaR) is one of the most widely accepted risk measures in the financial and insurance industries, yet efficient optimization of VaR remains a very difficult problem. We propose a computationally tractable approximation method for minimizing the VaR of a portfolio based on robust optimization techniques. The method results in the optimization… (More)

We propose a framework for robust modeling of linear programming problems using uncertainty sets described by an arbitrary norm. We explicitly characterize the robust counterpart as a convex optimization problem that involves the dual norm of the given norm. Under a Euclidean norm we recover the second order cone formulation in Ben-Tal and Nemirovski [1,… (More)

We study the viability of different robust optimization approaches to multiperiod portfolio selection. Robust optimization models treat future asset returns as uncertain coefficients in an optimization problem, and map the level of risk aversion of the investor to the level of tolerance of the total error in asset return forecasts. We suggest robust… (More)

We explicitly characterize the robust counterpart of a linear programming problem with uncertainty set described by an arbitrary norm. Our approach encompasses several approaches from the literature and provides guarantees for constraint violation under probabilistic models that allow arbitrary dependencies in the distribution of the uncertain coeecients.

T his article illustrates how simulation can be used in the classroom for modeling customer behavior in the context of customer lifetime value estimation. Operations research instructors could use this exercise to introduce multiperiod spreadsheet simulation models in a business setting that is of great importance in practice, and the simulation approach to… (More)

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