Computational Methods in Decision-Making, Economics and Finance / Edition 1

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Computing has become essential for the modeling, analysis, and optimization of systems. This book is devoted to algorithms, computational analysis, and decision models. The chapters are organized in two parts: optimization models of decisions and models of pricing and equilibria.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781441952301
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 12/7/2010
  • Series: Applied Optimization Series, #74
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 626
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 1.31 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface. Contributing Authors. Part I: Optimization Models. 1. Multi-period optimal asset allocation for a multi-currency hedged portfolio; D. Mignacca, A. Meucci. 2. Rebalancing Strategies for Long-term Investors; J.M. Mulvey, K.D. Simsek. 3. Multistage shastic programming in computational finance; N. Gulpinar, et al. 4. Multistage shastic optimization model for the cash management problem; O. Schmid. 5. Robust portfolio analysis; B. Rustem, R. Settergren. 6. Robust mean-semivariance portfolio optimization; O.L.V. Costa, et al. 7. Perturbative approaches for robust optimal portfolio problems; F. Trojani, P. Vanini. 8. Maxmin Portfolios in Models where Immunization is not Feasible; A. Balbás, A. Ibáñez. 9. Portfolio Optimization with VaR and Expected Shortfall; M. Gilli, E. Këllezi. 10. Borrowing Constraints, Portfolio Choice, and Precautionary Motives; M. Haliassos, C. Hassapis. 11. The risk profile problem for sk portfolio optimization; M.-Y. Kao, et al. 12. A capacitated transportation-inventory problem with shastic demands; P. Chaovalitwongse, et al. 13. Utility maximisation with a time lag in trading; L.C.G. Rogers, E.J. Stapleton. 14. Simulations for hedging financial contracts with optimal decisions; H. Windcliff, et al. 15. Automatic differentiation for computational finance; C.H. Bischof, et al. Part II: Equilibria, Modelling and Pricing. 16. Interest rate barrier options; G. Barone-Adesi, G. Sorwar. 17. Pricing American optionsby fast solutions of LCPs; A. Borici, H.-J. Lüthi. 18. Hedging with Monte Carlo simulation; J. Cvitanic, et al. 19. In Search of Deterministic Complex Patterns in Commodity Prices; A. Chatrath, et al. 20. A review of sk market prediction using computational methods; I.E. Diakoulakis, et al. 21. Numerical strategies for solving SUR models; P. Foschi, et al. 22. Time-Frequency Representation in the Analysis of Sk Market Data; G. Turhan-Sayan, S. Sayan. 23. Opportunity cost algorithms for combinatorial auctions; K. Akcoglu, et al. 24. A finite states contraction algorithm for dynamic models; J.X. Li. 25. Traffic network equilibrium and the environment; A. Nagurney, et al. 26. Mathematical model of technology diffusion in developing countries; Ding Zhang, et al. 27. Estimation of Shastic Volatility Models; F. Bartolucci, G. De Luca. 28. Genetic programming with syntactic restrictions applied to financial volatility forecasting; G. Zumbach, et al. 29. Simulation-based tests of PTM; L. Khalaf, M. Kichian. 30. Credit risk assessment using a multicriteria hierarchical discrimination approach; K. Kosmidou, et al.

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