By Rakesh V. Vohra

This concise textbook provides scholars with all they want for advancing in mathematical economics. special but student-friendly, Vohra's publication contains chapters in, among others: * Feasibility * Convex Sets * Linear and Non-linear Programming* Lattices and Supermodularity. larger point undergraduates in addition to postgraduate scholars in mathematical economics will locate this publication tremendous important of their improvement as economists.

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2). In this chapter, we also assume that the matrices (H~jWk,jHk,j), j=k-l and k, are nonsingular. 3, that xkli = (H~jWk,jHk,j)-lH~jWk,jVj. Our first goal is to relate that xklk-l with xklk. 5) 1 + CTRk k vk . A simple subtraction gives (H~k-l Wk,k-lHk,k-l + C~ RJ;lCk)(Xklk - xklk-l) =C~ RJ;l(Vk - CkXk1k-l) . 3 Prediction-Correction Formulation 25 Now define Gk ==(H~k-IWk,k-IHk,k-1 + C"[ R;lCk)-IC"[ R;I ==(H~kWk,kHk,k)-IC"[R;I. 6) is in fact a "prediction-correction" formula with the Kalman gain matrix Gk as a weight matrix.

A simple subtraction gives (H~k-l Wk,k-lHk,k-l + C~ RJ;lCk)(Xklk - xklk-l) =C~ RJ;l(Vk - CkXk1k-l) . 3 Prediction-Correction Formulation 25 Now define Gk ==(H~k-IWk,k-IHk,k-1 + C"[ R;lCk)-IC"[ R;I ==(H~kWk,kHk,k)-IC"[R;I. 6) is in fact a "prediction-correction" formula with the Kalman gain matrix Gk as a weight matrix. 8) (cf. 3). 2, we have Wk,k-I ==Wk-I,k-I - Wk-l,k-IHk-l,k-1 *k-I,krk-I(Q;~I + rI-I I-I,kH-:-I,k-1 Wk-l,k-IHk-l,k-1 k-I,krk-I)-I . 9) (cf. 4). Then by the transition relation Hk,k-I == Hk-I,k-I k-I,k we have H~k-I Wk,k-I ==I-I,k{I - H"[-I,k-I Wk-l,k-IHk-l,k-1 k-I,krk-I(Q;~I + rI-I ifJI-I,kH-:-I,k-1 Wk-l,k-IHk-l,k-1 k-I,krk-I)-I . *

Rk)-l = Pk,k C"[ R k 1 = Gk. = Ak-1Pk-1,k-1Al-1 + rk-1Qk-1rl-1 . 2) to prove that E(Xk - xklk-1)(Xk - xklk-1) T = Pk,k-1 and E(Xk - xklk)(Xk - xklk) T = Pk,k . 10. Consider the one-dimensional linear stochastic dynamic system Xo = 0, 0- 2, E(Xk~j) = 0, E(~k) = 0, and J-L28kj. Prove that 0- 2 = J-L2/(1 - a 2) and E(XkXk+j) = where E(Xk) E(~k~j) = = 0, Var(xk) = a 1j1 0- 2 for all integers j. 11. Consider the one-dimensional stochastic linear system with E(TJk) Show that = 0, Var(TJk) = 0-2,E(xo) = ° and Var(xo) = J-L2.