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J.-H. Kim, H.-S. Ahn and R. Righter, “Optimal Production Policies with Multistage Stochastic Leadtimes,” Probability in the Engineering and Informational Sciences, vol. 23, pp. 515-543, 2009.
X. Guo, P. Kaminsky, P. Tomecek, and M. K. Yuen. Optimal spot market inventory strategy in the presence of cost and price risk, Mathematical Methods for Operations Research,73:109-137, 2011.
Alper Atamturk and Vishnu Narayanan. “Conic Mixed-Integer Rounding Cuts”. Mathematical Programming 122, 1-20, 2010. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10107-008-0239-4.
X. Guo, R. Jarrow, and Y. Zeng. Credit risk models with incomplete information, (earlier version “Information reduction in credit risk models”,) Mathematics of Operations Research, 34(2): 320-332, 2009.
X. Guo, J. Liu, and X. Y. Zhou. A constrained non-linear regular-singular stochastic control problem, with applications, Stochastic Processes and their Applications, 109(2):167-187, 2004.