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AND FINANCIAL ENGINEERING This book ser ies aims at expanding our k nowledge of statistical methods, mathematical tools, engineer ing methodologies and algor ithms applied to finance. I t covers
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Risk Quantification and Allocation Methods for Practitioners
analysis, models of financial algor ithmic trading, highfrequenc y trading, por tfolio optimization, r isk management, machine lear ning and data analysis in financial applications.
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assets and forecasting,
Jaume Belles-Sampera, Montserrat Guillén and Miguel Santolino
Risk Quantification and Allocation Methods for Practitioners Risk Quantification and Allocation Methods for Practitioners offers a practical approach to risk management in the financial industry. This in-depth study provides quantitative tools to better describe qualitative issues, as well as clear explanations of how to transform recent theoretical developments into computational practice, and key tools for dealing with the issues of risk measurement and capital allocation. Jaume Belles-Sampera is assistant professor in the Department of Econometrics, Statistics, and Applied Economics at the University of Barcelona, where Montserrat Guillén is professor in the same department and Miguel Santolino is associate professor.
ATLANTIS STUDIES IN COMPUTATIONAL FINANCE AND FINANCIAL ENGINEERING March ISBN 978 94 6298 405 9 e-ISBN 978 90 4853 458 6 HB, 156 x 234 mm 180 pages, 5 colour illustrations, 20 b/w illustrations, 40 line art €79.00 / £64.00
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N A N OT E C H N O LO G Y, M AT E R I A L T E C H N O LO G I E S The aim of this ser ies is to publish high qualit y manuscr ipts, giving an up -to -
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date and clear presentation at different le vels of understanding, ranging from general interest to specialist three following fields: Nanotechnology, M ater ial science and Energy technology.
Joseph B. Natowitz and Christian Ngô
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Our Nanotechnology Future This book explores nanotechnology, a rapidly evolving and growing field with applications in a large number of areas. The concepts and physics are highlighted through topics such as nanoscience, quantum effects, nanostructures, and new forms of carbon. Applications and potential health and safety implications of nanomaterials are discussed for healthcare, food production, electronics, defence and more. Accessible and timely, this introduction to nanotechnology will interest students, teachers, politicians, and everyone else eager to learn more about this dynamic field. Joseph B. Natowitz is the former holder of the Bright Chair in Nuclear Science at Texas A&M University. Christian Ngô is the founder of the consulting company Edmonium Conseil and the author of many books. Together, they are the authors of Our Energy Future: Resources, Alternatives, and the Environment.
J.B. Natowitz and C. Ngô
Our Nanotechnology Future
ATLANTIS ADVANCES IN NANOTECHNOLOGY, MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES March ISBN 978 94 6298 412 7 e-ISBN 978 90 4853 462 3 HB, 156 x 234 mm 240 pages, 50 colour illustrations, 190 b/w illustrations €89.00 / £70.00
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