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Numerical Methods and. Optimization in Finance. Manfred Gilli. University of Geneva and Swiss Finance Institute. Dietmar Maringer. University of Basel and. Request PDF on ResearchGate | Numerical Methods and Optimization in Finance | This book describes computational finance tools. It covers. Brandimartend ed. Numerical methods in finance and economics: a MATLAB- based introduction / Paolo . Numerical methods for unconstrained optimization ronaldweinland.info pdf.
The basic idea involves uconsistent approximation of the model by a Markov chain, and then solving an appropriate optimization problem for the Murkoy chain model. A general method for obtaining a useful approximation is given. All the standard classes of cost functions can be handled here, for illustrative purposes, discounted and average cost per unit time problems with both reflecting and nonreflecting diffusions are concentrated on. Both the drift and the variance can be controlled. Owing to its increasing importance and to lack of material on numerical methods, an application to the control of queueing and production systems in heavy traffic is developed in detail. The methods of proof of convergence are relatively simple, using only some basic ideas in the theory of weak convergence of a sequence of probability measures or random processes. For the deterministic problem, one form of the method reduces to the method of finite elements, but the probabilistic approach allows a much simpler proof of convergence than that usually used for the deterministic problem.
Such practical examples allow readers to learn the steps for solving specific problems and apply these steps to others. At the same time, the applications are relevant enough to make the book a useful reference. Matlab and R sample code is provided in the text and can be downloaded from the book's website. Graduate students studying quantitative or computational finance, as well as finance professionals, especially in banking and insurance. Manfred Gilli is Professor emeritus at the Geneva School of Economics and Management at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, where he has taught numerical methods in economics and finance.
He formerly served as president of the Society for Computational Economics. His research interests include non-deterministic methods such as heuristic optimization and simulations, computational learning, and empirical methods, typically with applications in trading, risk, and financial management. Enrico Schumann holds a Ph. He has written on numerical methods and their application in finance, with a focus on asset allocation.
His research interests include quantitative investment strategies and portfolio construction, computationally-intensive methods in particular, optimization , and automated data processing and analysis. The presentations are clear and the models are practical these are the two ingredients that make for a valuable book in this field. The book is both practical in scope and rigorous on its theoretical foundations. The combination of methodology, software, and examples allows the reader to quickly grasp and apply serious computational ideas.
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