Dr Moshe SNIEDOVICH
Principal Fellow (Associate)
School of Mathematics and Statistics
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- M.Sniedovich@ms.unimelb.edu.au
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- Website http://researchers.ms.unimelb.edu.au/~moshe/
- Room: 157
- Building: Peter Hall Building
- Campus: Parkville Campus
Research Interests
- Composite Optimization
- Water resources planning
- Sequential Decision Processes
- Interactive Computing and Modelling
- Development of on-line educational resources
Research Groups
Recent Publications
M. Sniedovich. From Statistical Decision Theory to Robust Optimization: A Maximin Perspective on Robust Decision-Making. 241, 59-87, SPRINGER INT PUBLISHING AG, 2016. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-33121-8_4.
M. Sniedovich. Wald's mighty maximin: a tutorial. International Transactions in Operational Research, 23, 625-653, 2016. doi: 10.1111/itor.12248.
M. Sniedovich. Response to Burgman and Regan: The elephant in the rhetoric on info-gap decision theory. Ecological Applications, 24, 229-233, 2014. doi: 10.1890/13-1096.1.
M. Sniedovich. From local robustness to irresponsible decision-making. XI Balkan Conference on Operational Research, 1, 695-704, 2014.
M. Sniedovich. The Many Faces of Worst-Case Analysis. XL symposium on operational research, 877-882, 2013.
Extra Information
My main research interests are in the areas of sequential decision making (dynamic programming), optimization of composite functions (composite concave programming) and interactive modelling and computing. I am also heavily involved with the development of on-line educational resources for OR/MS through a number of ongoing projects such as tutOR, tutORial and IFORS Online Encyclopedia. One of my long term research activities is the development of a user-friendly environment for teaching, learning, and practicing dynamic programming (DP).
Past MSc Students
Name | Project title |
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Daphne DO | "Formulating and Modelling Robust Decision-Making Problems Under Severe Uncertainty" |
Kynan MARSHALL | |
Jaeger RENN-JONES | "Robust Decision-Making under Uncertainty" |