Shuh-Tzy Hsu

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In this note the relationship between linear bilevel and bicriteria programming problems is clarified. This paper points out that the bicriteria programming algorithm is not suitable for all bilevel programming problems in searching for optimal solutions. A counterexample is given to demonstrate the shortcomings of the results by Unlii [l, Comput. Opns Res.(More)
This study contrasts the call and continuous auction methods using Taiwan Stock Exchange data. Volatility under the call market method is approximately one-half of that under the continuous auction method. The call market method is more effective in reducing the volatility of high-volume stocks than low-volume stocks. This contradicts conventional wisdom(More)
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