6 edition of Financial Mathematics found in the catalog.
March 20, 1997 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||Wolfgang J. Runggaldier (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||316|
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Thanks to Robert Merton and Paul Samuelson, one-period models were replaced by continuous time, Brownian-motion modelsand the quadratic utility function implicit in mean—variance optimization was replaced by more general increasing, concave utility functions.
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These exercises and problems are abundant, and no class will hope to do more than half of them. The one-step and multi-step cases are covered, and exotic options such as barrier options are also introduced, to which simulation methods are applied.
Besides being a technical book the author has kept the content very lively. Show and hide more. A few special features have also been included 1 Interest and dis count have been treated with unusual care, the similarities and differences having been pointed out with detail. The author guides you step by step by applying the concepts and techniques of mathematics.
Based on the P distribution, the buy-side community takes decisions on which securities to purchase in order to improve the prospective profit-and-loss profile of their positions considered as a portfolio.
He confirms that to become use quantitative methods you need to be a mathematician. Researchers and practitioners in quantitative finance will also benefit from the combination of analytical and numerical methods for solving various derivative pricing problems.
The text covers nearly all of the syllabus topics of the Financial Mathematics Actuarial examination, providing students with the foundation they require for future studies and throughout their careers.Lectures on Financial Mathematics Harald Lang c Harald Lang, KTH Mathematics yet avoiding math-ematical technicalities that tends to deter people from trying to access it.
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