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› Find signed collectible books: 'C# for Financial Markets (The Wiley Finance Series)'
A practice-oriented guide to using C# to design and program pricing and trading models
In this step-by-step guide to software development for financial analysts, traders, developers and quants, the authors show both novice and experienced practitioners how to develop robust and accurate pricing models and employ them in real environments. Traders will learn how to design and implement applications for curve and surface modeling, fixed income products, hedging strategies, plain and exotic option modeling, interest rate options, structured bonds, unfunded structured products, and more. A unique mix of modern software technology and quantitative finance, this book is both timely and practical. The approach is thorough and comprehensive and the authors use a combination of C# language features, design patterns, mathematics and finance to produce efficient and maintainable software.
Designed for quant developers, traders and MSc/MFE students, each chapter has numerous exercises and the book is accompanied by a dedicated companion website, www.datasimfinancial.com, providing all source code, alongside audio, support and discussion forums for readers to comment on the code and obtain new versions of the software.
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Domain Architectures is a comprehensive catalog of the domain architectures essential to software developers using object-oriented technology and UML to solve real-life problems. Providing a unique top-down view of systems, the book also provides quick access to landmarks and references to domain architectures. The ability to describe applications, in terms of the properties they share, offers software designers a vast new landscape for implementing software reuse. The ideal professional's handbook.
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› Find signed collectible books: 'Financial Instrument Pricing Using C]+'
One of the best languages for the development of financial engineering and instrument pricing applications is C++. This book has several features that allow developers to write robust, flexible and extensible software systems. The book is an ANSI/ISO standard, fully object-oriented and interfaces with many third-party applications. It has support for templates and generic programming, massive reusability using templates (?write once?) and support for legacy C applications.
In this book, author Daniel J. Duffy brings C++ to the next level by applying it to the design and implementation of classes, libraries and applications for option and derivative pricing models. He employs modern software engineering techniques to produce industrial-strength applications:
Included with the book is a CD containing the source code in the Datasim Financial Toolkit. You can use this to get up to speed with your C++ applications by reusing existing classes and libraries.
'Unique... Let's all give a warm welcome to modern pricing tools.'
-- Paul Wilmott, mathematician, author and fund manager
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› Find signed collectible books: 'Finite Difference Methods in Financial Engineering: A Partial Differential Equation Approach (The Wiley Finance Series)'
The world of quantitative finance (QF) is one of the fastest growing areas of research and its practical applications to derivatives pricing problem. Since the discovery of the famous Black-Scholes equation in the 1970's we have seen a surge in the number of models for a wide range of products such as plain and exotic options, interest rate derivatives, real options and many others. Gone are the days when it was possible to price these derivatives analytically. For most problems we must resort to some kind of approximate method.
In this book we employ partial differential equations (PDE) to describe a range of one-factor and multi-factor derivatives products such as plain European and American options, multi-asset options, Asian options, interest rate options and real options. PDE techniques allow us to create a framework for modeling complex and interesting derivatives products. Having defined the PDE problem we then approximate it using the Finite Difference Method (FDM). This method has been used for many application areas such as fluid dynamics, heat transfer, semiconductor simulation and astrophysics, to name just a few. In this book we apply the same techniques to pricing real-life derivative products. We use both traditional (or well-known) methods as well as a number of advanced schemes that are making their way into the QF literature:
Included with the book is a CD containing information on how to set up FDM algorithms, how to map these algorithms to C++ as well as several working programs for one-factor and two-factor models. We also provide source code so that you can customize the applications to suit your own needs.
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Title: Interoperability Software Tools and Applications in Finance <>Binding: Hardcover <>Author: Daniel J Duffy <>Publisher: Wiley
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› Find signed collectible books: 'Introduction to C++ for Financial Engineers: An Object-Oriented Approach (The Wiley Finance Series)'
This book introduces the reader to the C++ programming language and how to use it to write applications in quantitative finance (QF) and related areas. No previous knowledge of C or C++ is required -- experience with VBA, Matlab or other programming language is sufficient. The book adopts an incremental approach; starting from basic principles then moving on to advanced complex techniques and then to real-life applications in financial engineering. There are five major parts in the book:
The kinds of applications include binomial and trinomial methods, Monte Carlo simulation, advanced trees, partial differential equations and finite difference methods.
This book includes a companion website with all source code and many useful C++ classes that you can use in your own applications. Examples, test cases and applications are directly relevant to QF.
This book is the perfect companion to Daniel J. Duffys book Financial Instrument Pricing using C++ (Wiley 2004, 0470855096 / 9780470021620)
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Introduction to the Boost C++ Libraries; Volume II - Advanced Libraries This book is the follow-up of the Boost Volume I book and it has been written for software developers who use Boost C++ libraries to create flexible applications. We discuss approximately 20 advanced libraries that can be classified into the following major categories: Mathematics: special functions, statistical distributions, interval arithmetic and matrix algebra. Special data structures: date a... Full description
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› Find signed collectible books: 'Monte Carlo Frameworks: Building Customisable High-performance C++ Applications (The Wiley Finance Series)'
This is one of the first books that describe all the steps that are needed in order to analyze, design and implement Monte Carlo applications. It discusses the financial theory as well as the mathematical and numerical background that is needed to write flexible and efficient C++ code using state-of-the art design and system patterns, object-oriented and generic programming models in combination with standard libraries and tools.
Includes a CD containing the source code for all examples. It is strongly advised that you experiment with the code by compiling it and extending it to suit your needs. Support is offered via a user forum on www.datasimfinancial.com where you can post queries and communicate with other purchasers of the book.
This book is for those professionals who design and develop models in computational finance. This book assumes that you have a working knowledge of C ++.
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