Axis 3: Decision support made under uncertainty

Uncertainty is inherent in many decision and optimization problems for a variety of reasons: imperfect models, random inputs, noisy measurements of variables, and imprecise knowledge of dynamic parameters. Added to this is the frequent complexity of large contemporary systems. This axis groups together decision-making methods in complex and uncertain systems. These include state estimation, hierarchical optimal control, robust optimization, and mean field game theory.


Yossiri Adulyasak Member, GERAD
Stéphane Alarie Associated member, GERAD
Amir Ardestani-Jaafari Associated member, GERAD
Masoud Asgharian Member, GERAD
Charles Audet Member, GERAD
Olivier Bahn Member, GERAD
Pierre Baptiste Member, GERAD
Jean-François Bégin Associated member, GERAD
Sarah Ben Amor Associated member, GERAD
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