Martin Péron

Martin Péron
Queensland University of Technology | QUT · School of Mathematical Sciences

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Dual control denotes a class of control problems where the parameters governing the system are imperfectly known. The challenge is to find the optimal balance between probing, i.e. exciting the system to understand it more, and caution, i.e. selecting conservative controls based on current knowledge to achieve the control objective. Dynamic program...
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Inspired by the problem of best managing the invasive mosquito Aedes albopictus across the 17 Torres Straits islands of Australia, we aim at solving a Markov decision process on large Susceptible-Infected-Susceptible (SIS) networks that are highly connected. While dynamic programming approaches can solve sequential decision-making problems on spars...
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The extraction of ore from a mine must be scheduled to meet specific order production targets or `builds'. A number of physical, logical, and capacity constraints affect this planning. There is uncertainty in the process due to the imprecision of our knowledge of the mine's content until extracted from the ground. At the 2016 mathematics-in-industr...
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1.Species management requires decision-making under uncertainty. Given a management objective and limited budget, managers need to decide what to do, and where and when to do it. A schedule of management actions that achieves the best performance is an optimal policy. A popular optimisation technique used to find optimal policies in ecology and con...
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Determining the best management actions is challenging when critical information is missing. However, urgency and limited resources require that decisions must be made despite this uncertainty. The best practice method for managing uncertain systems is adaptive management, or learning by doing. Adaptive management problems can be solved optimally u...
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Adaptive management is applied in conservation and natural resource management, and consists of making sequential decisions when the transition matrix is uncertain. Informally described as ’learning by doing’, this approach aims to trade off between decisions that help achieve the objective and decisions that will yield a better knowledge of the tr...

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Optimise sequential decisions against mosquitoes in the Torres Strait Islands.