Modeling Financial Markets With Kernel Regression

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Expert Trading Systems: Modeling Financial Markets with Kernel Regression

John R. Wolberg, "Expert Trading Systems: Modeling Financial Markets with Kernel Regression"
English | 2000 | ISBN: 0471345083 | 235 pages | DJVU | 2.3 MB

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Expert Trading Systems: Modeling Financial Markets with Kernel Regression (Repost)

John R. Wolberg, "Expert Trading Systems: Modeling Financial Markets with Kernel Regression"
2000 | pages: 252 | ISBN: 0471345083 | PDF | 11,8 mb
Expert Trading Systems: Modeling Financial Markets with Kernel Regression

John R. Wolberg, " Expert Trading Systems: Modeling Financial Markets with Kernel Regression"
Wiley; 1 edition (May 30, 2000) | ISBN:0471345083 | 235 pages | PDF | 11,5 Mb
Benjamin Van Vliet, Robert Hendry - Modeling Financial Markets : Using Visual Basic.NET and Databases [Repost]

Benjamin Van Vliet, Robert Hendry - Modeling Financial Markets : Using Visual Basic.NET and Databases to Create Pricing, Trading, and Risk Management Models
2004 | ISBN: 0071417729 | English | 400 pages | PDF | 5.2 MB

Modeling Financial Markets by Robert Hendry [Repost]  

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Modeling Financial Markets by Robert Hendry [Repost]

Modeling Financial Markets : Using Visual Basic.NET and Databases to Create Pricing, Trading, and Risk Management Models by Robert Hendry
McGraw-Hill; 1 edition | January 21, 2004 | English | ISBN: 0071417729 | 304 pages | CHM | 12 MB

Limitations in today's software packages for financial modeling system development can threaten the viability of any system–not to mention the firm using that system. Modeling Financial Markets is the first book to take financial professionals beyond those limitations to introduce safer, more sophisticated modeling methods. It contains dozens of techniques for financial modeling in code that minimize or avoid current software deficiencies, and addresses the crucial crossover stage in which prototypes are converted to fully coded models.

Modeling Financial Markets (Repost)  

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Modeling Financial Markets (Repost)

Benjamin Van Vliet, Robert Hendry, "Modeling Financial Markets: Using Visual Basic.NET and Databases to Create Pricing, Trading, and Risk Management Models"
English | 2004 | ISBN: 0071417729 | PDF | pages: 400 | 5,3 mb

Modeling Financial Markets [Repost]  

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Modeling Financial Markets [Repost]

Benjamin Van Vliet, Robert Hendry - Modeling Financial Markets: Using Visual Basic.NET and Databases to Create Pricing, Trading, and Risk Management Models
Published: 2004-01-21 | ISBN: 0071417729 | PDF | 304 pages | 5 MB
Derivatives in Financial Markets with Stochastic Volatility

Jean-Pierre Fouque, George Papanicolaou, and K. Ronnie Sircar, "Derivatives in Financial Markets with Stochastic Volatility"
Ca mbridge Univer sity Pr ess | 2000 | ISBN: 0521791634 | 216 pages | Djvu | 5,2 MB
Modeling Financial Markets : Using Visual Basic.NET and Databases to Create Pricing, Trading, and Risk Management Models

Benjamin Van Vliet, Robert Hendry, "Modeling Financial Markets : Using Visual Basic.NET and Databases to Create Pricing, Trading, and Risk Management Models"
Mg,H | 2004 | ISBN: 0071417729 | 304 pages | PDF | 1,9 MB
Modeling Financial Markets : Using Visual Basic.NET and Databases to Create Pricing {Repost}

Modeling Financial Markets : Using Visual Basic.NET and Databases to Create Pricing, Trading, and Risk Management Models
Publisher: McGraw-Hill | ISBN: 0071417729 | edition 2004 | CHM | 304 pages | 12,5 mb

Limitations in today's software packages for financial modeling system development can threaten the viability of any system–not to mention the firm using that system. Modeling Financial Markets is the first book to take financial professionals beyond those limitations to introduce safer, more sophisticated modeling methods. It contains dozens of techniques for financial modeling in code that minimize or avoid current software deficiencies, and addresses the crucial crossover stage in which prototypes are converted to fully coded models.