Computational Finance (The Book)


(From the preface)    Finance is about managing money. It is about  making  provisions and allocations of funds for a business project with an assessment of risks and benefits. There are several instruments for dealing with money. There are several places for trading these financial instruments. There are mathematical models for optimal selection of financial portfolios and for predicting their assets' future values. And there are computers to help us  with all the necessary real-world data crunching to exploit the formal models to unprecedented  possibilities.

Computational Finance   includes  all numerical methods, all theories of algorithms and optimization heuristics   geared to the solutions of problems in economics and finance. The subject area is broad and requires knowledge in computational statistics, econometrics, mathematical finance  and computer science.

APlogo Atlantis Studies in Computational Finance and Financial Engineering

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