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According to Konno and Yamazaki (1991), the fact that the standard deviation efficient frontier of the MAD model does not coincide with the MEF is largely attributable to the non-normality of the returns data. MM The results of the minimax model are obtained and the corresponding risk figures are recomputed as standard deviation; in this we follow a procedure which is analogous to MAD procedure discussed above. 6. 5) is not especially meaningful since the minimax rule is not directly related to the quadratic risk term.
6 SOLUTION METHODS Whereas quadratic programs (QPs) can be solved rapidly using solution algorithms with a low order polynomial complexity, the solutions to quadratic mixed 26 Advances in Portfolio Construction and Implementation integer programs are difficult (NP-hard) and challenging. For instance consider the problem of accurately computing the discrete constraint efficient frontier (DCEF). Each point of the DCEF curve represents the global optimum solution of a ‘discrete non-convex’ optimization problem.
Risk associated with the asset i Decision variables: Let n1 : denote the negative deviation from the target level of portfolio return p1 : . . the positive deviation from the target level of portfolio return n2 : . . the negative deviation from the target risk level p2 : . . 41) i = 1, . . 37) seeks to minimize risk and maximize return by penalizing excess risk and shortfalls in return, relative to the respective targets. Lower levels of risk and higher levels of return are not penalized. 39) respectively.