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InSection4, we showtheresultsof our computationalexperiments . ", bERn, and e is a vector of all ones whose dimensionis given by context. , r; = { y E Rn I- e ::;y ::;e }. 50 Y. Yajima et al. It is well knownthattheproblemcan behomogenizedby introducinga new variableYn+! in the following way: (Q P)' T ISubjectto Ma~imize x Qx xE F n+l Q= where x = (YT Yn+! , [Pb] bT 0 . Let us introducean equivalentformulationwith matrix variables. Let Sn+! : FCut n+! = Conv{X E Sn+! IX = xx T , X E Fn+d. , and (A, B) denotestheinnerproductof symmetricmatrices A and B.

Convex Functionsand their Applications If, on the otherhand, x x + k > h, then ,1k g(x) + k :S h, then trivially ,1k g(x) x+k-h = l: (-1)i(7)g(x i=O = 0; if x 45 < hand + k - i) (6. 10) = e a hLl x+k-h l: (-l)i(7) (e a(x+k-h-i)4 -1). i=O The last termin the above sum is zerobut we keep it, ifx otherwisewe drop it. It is well-knownthat for any odd,j +k- h is odd, < k . This implies thatif x + k - h is odd then ,1k g ( X ) and if x +k- > e a hLl X~\_1)iG)e(*+k-h-i)4, h is even,then In both cases wecombineeach term,correspondingto an eveni, with the next term.

Inequalitieson ExpectationsBased on the Knowledge of MultivariateMoments. In : StochasticInequalities(M . Z . ), Instituteof MathematicalStatistics,LectureNotes- Monograph Series 22, 309-331. 24. Prekopa, A. (1995). StochasticProgramming. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dodrecht, Boston. 25. Prekopa,A . (1998). Bounds on Probabilitiesand ExpectationsUsing Multivariate Moments of Discrete Distributions. Studia ScientiarumMathematiearum Hungarica34, 349-378. 26. Prekopa,A . (1999). The Use of DiscreteMoment Bounds in ProbabilisticConstrainedStochasticProgrammingModels.