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Portfolio Choice Problems [electronic resource]: An Introductory Survey of Single and Multiperiod Models / edited by Nicolas Chapados.

Contributor(s): Chapados, Nicolas | [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: SpringerBriefs in Electrical and Computer Engineering; -3.Description: X, 96p. 8 illus. online resource.ISBN: 9781461405771 99781461405771.Subject(s): STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS, ECONOMICS, MATHEMATICAL FINANCE, INSURANCE | ECONOMICS -- STATISTICS | PROBABILITY TEORY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES | DISTRIBUTION (PROBABILITY THEORY) | PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE | COMPUTER SCIENCE | COMPUTER SCIENCEDDC classification: 005.55 Online resources: ir a documento Summary: This brief offers a broad, yet concise, coverage of portfolio choice, containing both application-oriented and academic results, along with abundant pointers to the literature for further study. It cuts through many strands of the subject, presenting not only the classical results from financial economics but also approaches originating from information theory, machine learning and operations research. This compact treatment of the topic will be valuable to students entering the field, as well as practitioners looking for a broad coverage of the topic.
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This brief offers a broad, yet concise, coverage of portfolio choice, containing both application-oriented and academic results, along with abundant pointers to the literature for further study. It cuts through many strands of the subject, presenting not only the classical results from financial economics but also approaches originating from information theory, machine learning and operations research. This compact treatment of the topic will be valuable to students entering the field, as well as practitioners looking for a broad coverage of the topic.

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