Extremality of control and preferences distributions “goodness”

Extremality of control and preferences distributions “goodness”

A. V. Goncharenko

 

Abstract

An attempt to check the “Subjective Entropy Extremization Principle” on the basis of the necessaryand sufficient conditions is proposed. The maximizing preferences density distribution for a combinedcontinuous alternative is obtained. Mathematical models for the distributions “goodness” are introduced. Calculation experiments are carried out. The necessary diagrams are plotted

Keywords

Subjective entropy maximum principle; operational control; necessary and sufficient conditions; combined continuous alternative; variational problem; distribution “goodness”; controlling function

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