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This paper looks at the question of whether hogs sold at different locations in the United States are part of a single geographic market covering the entire country. An answer to this question is sought using an approach to defining a geographic market based on the notion of instantaneous...
The current non–parametric method of measuring productive efficiency of input–output systems is generalized here in the stochastic case in terms of an information theory approach based on the concept of entropy. Use of maximum entropy as a method of finding the most probable distribution of the...
In spatial studies, use is commonly made of nested sampling plans. By applying such plans, one takes observations according to a hierarchical scheme, with decreasing distances between observations. As observed by Miesch (1975), the cumulative sum of variance components provided by the nested...
We consider a stochastic convex program arising in a certain resource allocation problem. The uncertainty is in the demand for a resource which is to be allocated among several competing activities under convex inventory holding and shortage costs. The problem is cast as a two–period stochastic...
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