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8831Derivatives exposure with Mathematica Part II - Analytical method
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Contributed by: Igor Hlivka. Analytical approach to derivatives exposure is less common in practice, however for vanilla contracts where the future rate process can be defined in terms of known functions, it can bring certain advantages. Clarity, intuition and tidiness are prime examples. Mathematica 10 is perfectly suited for this task since its symbolic engine is robustly designed and optimized ...MathSource: Packages and ProgramsMon, 20 Oct 2014 12:09:57 -0600Calculus in Mathematica
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Contributed by: Devendra Kapadia. This notebook gives an overview of Calculus in Mathematica. The information is presented in the form of a poster with links to functions for various Calculus operations. The poster also provides information about the history and useful resources for this subject.Courseware and Class MaterialsMon, 20 Oct 2014 11:43:05 -0600Derivatives exposure with Mathematica Part I
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Contributed by: Igor Hlivka. Knowing derivatives exposure is essential part of prudent risk management and counterparty risk in particular. Therefore institutions that trade financial derivatives and derivative dealers alike need to have sophisticated systems to calculate exposures for their contacts and portfolios. Mathematica 10 comes as a powerful alternative and answer to these needs since it ...MathSource: Packages and ProgramsTue, 14 Oct 2014 10:27:59 -0600SciDraw: Publication-quality scientific figures with Mathematica
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Contributed by: Mark Caprio. SciDraw is a system for preparing publication-quality scientific figures with Mathematica. SciDraw provides both a framework for structuring figures and tools for generating their content. SciDraw helps with generating figures involving mathematical plots, data plots, and diagrams. The package allows extensive manual fine tuning of the styling of text and graphics. ...MathSource: Packages and ProgramsTue, 14 Oct 2014 10:24:57 -0600Mathematica Data Visualization, Create and Prototype Interactive Data Visualizations Using Mathematica
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Contributed by: Nazmus Saquib. This book begins by introducing you to the Mathematica environment and the basics of dataset loading and cleaning. You will then learn about the different kinds of widely used datasets so that you are comfortable with the later chapters. Then, in the subsequent chapters, you will learn about time series, scientific, statistical, information, and map visualizations. ...BooksThu, 09 Oct 2014 15:14:54 -0600Computer assisted microscopy image analysis for high throughput statistical analysis and 3D structure determination in nanotechnology
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Contributed by: S. Vongehr, S. C. Tang, X. K. Meng. As nano-micro hybrid structures start to approach biological complexity, two problems demand computational assistance: Determination of three dimensional (3D) structure suffers from ambiguity due to the 2D nature of images, and insight into the complex growth mechanisms of the structures as well as optimization of emergent properties in their ...ArticlesThu, 25 Sep 2014 14:09:59 -0600Introduction to Solid Mechanics and Finite Element Analysis Using Mathematica
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Contributed by: Samer Adeeb. BooksThu, 25 Sep 2014 13:50:47 -0600Bacterial regrowth modeling and simulation
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Contributed by: Ahmed El-Sherbeni. This package is for simulating the effects of a specific dose of antibiotic on bacterial growth, and consequently, the course of the infection. Different pharmacodynamic indices, such as area under regrowth rate- time curve, the equivalent unexposed bacterial inoculum regrowth rate and the expected percent survival are calculated, in order to plot dose-response ...MathSource: Packages and ProgramsMon, 22 Sep 2014 14:37:27 -0600