A study is carried out of a number of variants in a random sample of Poisson volume which are nondominated with respect to a binary relation. It is shown that if a probability measure defined in R**m by a density with a finite support approaches its boundary sufficiently regularly, and satisfies certain transversality conditions to the order cone defining a binary relation, then the variance of the number of nondominated variants increases as the mean and the distribution is asymptotically normal.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Soviet journal of computer and systems sciences|
|Publication status||Published - Sep 1 1986|
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