Practical Risk Management In early 1995 people were glued to their television sets watching the aftermath of a very large earthquake in the city of Kobe in western Japan. Little did they suspect the deep-seated implications of this event on the financial markets in general, and on the Bank of England in particular. The earthquake caused a major sell-off in the already... Numerical Methods (De Gruyter Reference)
This multi-volume handbook is the most up-to-date and comprehensive reference work in the field of fractional calculus and its numerous applications. This third volume collects authoritative chapters covering several numerical aspects of fractional calculus, including time and space fractional derivatives, finite differences and finite elements,... Handbook Tables For Organic Compound Identification, Third Edition The present volume is a revised and enlarged third edition of the book formerly titled TABLES FOR IDENTIFICATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. Four new classes of compounds, i.e., sulfonyl chlorides, sulfonamides, thiols and thioethers were added, bringing the number of classes included in the book to twenty-six. The tables of alkanes, alkenes, alkynes,...
The Facts On File Dictionary Of Mathematics (Facts on File Science Library) This dictionary is one of a series designed for use in schools. It is intended for students of mathematics, but we hope that it will also be helpful to other science students and to anyone interested in science. Facts On File also publishes dictionaries in a variety of disciplines, including biology, chemistry, forensic science, marine science,... Financial Products: An Introduction using Mathematics and Excel Financial Products provides a step-by-step guide to some of the most important ideas in financial mathematics. It describes and explains interest rates, discounting, arbitrage, risk neutral probabilities, forward contracts, futures, bonds, FRA and swaps. It shows how to construct both elementary and complex (Libor) zero curves. Options are... The Mathematics of Derivatives Securities with Applications in MATLAB
Quantitative Finance is expanding rapidly. One of the aspects ofthe recent financial crisis is that, given the complexity offinancial products, the demand for people with high numeracy skillsis likely to grow and this means more recognition will be given toQuantitative Finance in existing and new course structuresworldwide. Evidence has...
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