How to Pick Stocks

How to Pick Stocks

America's Leading Mutual Fund Managers Tell How They Do It

Book - 1997
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Sequential Stochastic Optimization provides mathematicians and applied researchers with a well-developed framework in which stochastic optimization problems can be formulated and solved. Offering much material that is either new or has never before appeared in book form, it lucidly presents a unified theory of optimal stopping and optimal sequential control of stochastic processes. This book has been carefully organized so that little prior knowledge of the subject is assumed; its only prerequisites are a standard graduate course in probability theory and some familiarity with discrete-parameter martingales. Major topics covered in Sequential Stochastic Optimization include: Fundamental notions, such as essential supremum, stopping points, accessibility, martingales and supermartingales indexed by INd Conditions which ensure the integrability of certain suprema of partial sums of arrays of independent random variables The general theory of optimal stopping for processes indexed by Ind Structural properties of information flows Sequential sampling and the theory of optimal sequential control Multi-armed bandits, Markov chains and optimal switching between random walks
Publisher: New York : Kiplinger, 1997
ISBN: 9780812928266
Branch Call Number: 332.6322/FRA


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