optimal policy

optimal policy

[′äp·tə·məl ′päl·ə·sē]
(mathematics)
In optimization problems of systems, a sequence of decisions changing the states of a system in such a manner that a given criterion function is minimized.
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'For example, our work suggests that movement bans of between 15-60km are optimal for FMD (with larger radii preferable if tourism losses can be ignored), while for BTV the optimal policy is to allow all movements'
"Our work suggests that movement bans of between 15km and 60km are optimal for FMD while for BTV the optimal policy is to allow all movements," said Dr Mike Tildesley of Warwick's Zeeman Institute for Systems Biology and Infectious Disease Epidemiology Research.
Rook Security experts will also be able to review these customer security postures to ensure optimal policy configurations for Sophos products across estates.
Almost all economists who accept climate science believe that carbon taxes, or prices set in an emission-trading scheme, must be part of any optimal policy response.
These opposing impulses have played out in other parts of the Middle East, with the conservative and liberal factions of society indulging in animated debate as to what the optimal policy outcome should be.
In order to develop an optimal policy for the effective integration of energy storage systems, the European project StoRES (Promotion of higher penetration of distributed PV through storage for all) supports pilot installation in Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Slovenia and Spain.
But if we go ahead with a popular and simple version of the New Keynesian model, we can consider two examples of what optimal policy would look like and how it compares to actual monetary policy outcomes during the inflation targeting era.
The solution of an MDPm provides the decision maker with an optimal policy [[pi].sup.*] that associates to states SS actions A optimising a predefined objective function.
Through simple calculations, we verify that the solution and optimal policy are
Compared to temporal difference learning, Q-learning can directly iterate an optimal policy, which in this paper is the optimal attack path.
I demonstrate that the optimal tax rate on asset income is indeed positive, but that given the prevailing rates of taxation in the United States, the maximal welfare benefit that can be obtained from adopting an optimal policy is much smaller than what usually emerges when government consumption expenditure is assumed to be exogenously determined.
The function defined by (7) is called the optimal value function, and the policy [[pi].sup.*], which satisfies [V.sub.P](x) = [mathematical expression not reproducible] (x), is termed the optimal policy.

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