Mathematica is a scientific software dedicated to symbolic and numerical calculus, developed by a team directed by Stephen Wolfram. The potential applications are extremely wide and may comprise, for example, pure and applied Mathematics, Statistics, Economics, Finance and Engineering. The first version 1.0 was published on 1988 while the current version 10.0 was released on 2014. Mathematica also permits to develop sophisticated program code thanks to its own syntax and besides, it can be used as a highly accurate text Editor. This book is a complete and up-to-date guide to Mathematica Software.Contents: Introduction, Linear Algebra, Functions of a real variable, Functions of several variables, Implicit funcions theorem, Unconstrained optimization, Constrained optimization, Ordinary differential equations and systems, Dynamic optmization, Stochastic calculus, Financial Applications, etc.15.2. Portfolio. selection. 15.2.1 Markowitz approach The price of a stock asset varies over time due to the theory of supply and demand. As the stockholders wish trade their shares, some specific organizations have been established in orderanbsp;...
|Title||:||Mathematical tools for Economics and Finance with Mathematica software|
|Publisher||:||Universitas Studiorum - 2015-06-22|