2 edition of An introduction to computational finance found in the catalog.
An introduction to computational finance
Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-293) and index.
|Other titles||Computational finance|
|Series||Series in quantitative finance -- v. 1|
|LC Classifications||HG106 .U48 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 298 p. :|
|Number of Pages||298|
|ISBN 10||1848161921, 184816193X|
|ISBN 10||9781848161924, 9781848161931|
|LC Control Number||2009288372|
It is the author's view that although the time is not yet ripe for developing a really general theory of automata and computation, it is now possible and desirable to move more explicitly in this direction. This can be done by studying in an extremely thorough way well-chosen particular situations that embody the basic concepts. This is the aim of the present book, which seeks general results. Introduction The book covers a wide range of topics, yet essential, in Computational Finance (CF), understood as a mix of Finance, Computational Statistics, and Mathematics of Finance. In that regard it is unique in its kind, for it touches upon the basic principles of all three main components of CF, with hands-on examples for programming.
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The book covers a wide range of topics, yet essential, in Computational Finance (CF), understood as a mix of Finance, Computational Statistics, and Mathematics of Finance. In that regard it is unique in its kind, for it touches upon the basic principles of all three main components of CF, with hands-on examples for programming models in by: Not only does this book serve as a textbook in related undergraduate or graduate courses, but it can also be used by those who wish to implement or learn pricing algorithms by themselves.
The basic methods of option pricing are presented in a self-contained and unified manner, and will hopefully help readers improve their mathematical and computational backgrounds for more advanced by: Thus, the first chapter gives an introduction to the Principles of Corporate Finance: the markets of stock and options, valuation and economic theory, framed within Computation and Information Theory (e.g.
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Downloadable (with restrictions). Although there are several publications on similar subjects, this book mainly focuses on pricing An introduction to computational finance book options and bridges the gap between Mathematical Finance and Numerical Methodologies.
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Stock Price = $20 Stock Price = $22 Option Price = $1 Stock Price = $18 Option Price = $0 Figure A simple case where the stock value can either be $22 or $18, with a European call option, K. Computational Finance Notes Goal of this note is to teach an introduction relevant for computer scientists, which may be both broader and shallower than traditional Computational Finance.
Topics coverted includes: Derivatives, Time Series Analysis, Trading, Investment Strategies, Fundamentals of Investing, Stocks vs. Bonds, Financial Markets, Common Stocks, Stock Prices. Throughout, the author does a good job in contrasting the different numerical approaches through discussions on computational barriers and accuracy.
The book is definitely a good introduction to numerical methods in finance. It is easily accessible to practitioners and students with standard notions of calculus and by: An Introduction to R W.N.
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Additional Readings online. Exam Review: Several sets of past exams have been posted on the class web site. An Introduction to Computational Finance. Readership: Graduates and undergraduate students in mathematics, finance, and related applied sciences; practitioners and non-experts in business and financial sectors; academics for their courses in option pricing.
The R package IntroCompFinR is the companion package for my book An Introduction to Computational Finance and Financial Econometrics with R and is available on R-Forge here.
This package contains data for all of the examples in the book as well as a number of useful functions for data, portfolio and risk analysis.
An Introduction to Computational Finance. This note covers the following topics: The First Option Trade, The Black-Scholes Equation, The Risk Neutral World, Monte Carlo Methods, The Binomial Model, Derivative Contracts on non-traded Assets and Real Options, Discrete Hedging, Derivative Contracts on non-traded Assets and Real Options, Discrete Hedging, Jump Diffusion, Regime Switching, Mean.
An introduction to computational finance. [Ömür Uǧur] -- "Although there are several publications on similar subjects, this book mainly focuses on pricing of options and bridges the gap between Mathematical Finance and Numerical Methodologies. Numerical Partial Differential Equations in Finance Explained: An Introduction to Computational Finance Karel in 't Hout (auth.) This book provides a first, basic introduction into the valuation of financial options via the numerical solution of partial differential equations (PDEs).
Throughout, the author does a good job in contrasting the different numerical approaches through discussions on computational barriers and accuracy.
The book is definitely a good introduction to numerical methods in finance. It is easily accessible to practitioners and students with standard notions of calculus and probability/5(8). Introduction to Mathematical Finance.
Home: Course Information: Canvas: Schedule: Policies Description. This course is an introduction to the mathematical modeling of financial markets with particular emphasis on pricing derivative securities and management of risk.
This book provides a first, basic introduction into the valuation of financial options via the numerical solution of partial differential equations (PDEs).
It provides readers with an easily accessible text explaining main concepts, models, methods and results that arise in this approach.
Introduction to Computational Economics Using Fortran is the essential guide to conducting economic research on a computer. Aimed at students of all levels of education as well as advanced economic researchers, it facilitates the first steps into writing programming language.
Publisher Summary. This chapter presents the application of four compound interest tables, wherein each applies to a particular situation.
One of these is a table of (1 + i) this scenario, if one requires an amount to which $1 will accumulate with compound interest for n years at rate i per annum, the answer is (1 + i) n and is found in the tables. In the instance of the second kind of.Throughout, the author does a good job in contrasting the different numerical approaches through discussions on computational barriers and accuracy.
The book is definitely a good introduction to numerical methods in finance. It is easily accessible to practitioners and students with standard notions of calculus and probability/5.Introduction to Finance. This note covers the following topics: Financial Statements in Financial Analysis, Corporate Financial Risk Measures, Corporate Financial Planning, Taxation and Investment Returns, The Mathematics of Finance, Fixed Income Securities and Debt Markets, Equity Securities and Equity Markets, Business Investments, Cost of Capital & Corporate Performance Evaluation.