Dynamic sampling algorithms for multi-stage stochastic programs with risk aversion

@article{Philpott2012DynamicSA,
  title={Dynamic sampling algorithms for multi-stage stochastic programs with risk aversion},
  author={Andrew B. Philpott and Vitor L. de Matos},
  journal={European Journal of Operational Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={218},
  pages={470-483}
}
We consider the incorporation of a time-consistent coherent risk measure into a multi-stage stochastic programming model, so that the model can be solved using a SDDP-type algorithm. We describe the implementation of this algorithm, and study the solutions it gives for an application of hydro-thermal scheduling in the New Zealand electricity system. The performance of policies using this risk measure at di¤erent levels of risk aversion is compared with the risk-neutral policy. 
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