Cover: On the convergence of discrete stochastic decision processes to their continuous analogues--II.

On the convergence of discrete stochastic decision processes to their continuous analogues--II.

Published 1955

by Howard A. Osborn

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A proof that the continuous versions of large classes of dynamic programming processes are the rigorous limits of the corresponding discrete versions. The discrete versions are not assumed to consist of equally spaced decisions.

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