Generic Inference: A Unifying Theory for Automated Reasoning
Abstract mathematical structures usually have a large number of models. Algorithms
based on operations and laws of such structures therefore have an identical form:
they are generic. This means that for each particular instance of the structure, only
the basic operations have to be adapted, whereas the overall algorithm remains the... Trading Between the Lines: Pattern Recognition and Visualization of Markets
Insights into a pattern-based method of trading that can increase the likelihood of profitable outcomes
While most books on chart patterns, or pattern recognition, offer detailed discussion and analysis of one type of pattern, the fact is that a single pattern may not be very helpful for trading, since it often does not give a...
Statistical Analysis: Microsoft Excel 2010
There was no reason I shouldn’t have already written
a book about statistical analysis using Excel.
But I didn’t, although I knew I wanted to. Finally, I
talked Pearson into letting me write it for them.
Be careful what you ask for. It’s been a struggle, but
at last I’ve got it out of my system, and...
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