# Mathematics

## Quantitative Research

Quantitative research is the use of mathematical and statistical models to understand relationships between variables in order to better understand consumer behavior. Quantitative research can be used in a variety …

## Cash-flow T-model

The cash-flow T-model is a mathematical model that is used in financial planning to predict the amount of cash available for future expenditures. The model takes into account both the …

## Jesse Lauriston Livermore

Jesse Lauriston Livermore was an American scientist and mathematician who developed the first nuclear weapons. He is most famous for his work on the Livermore Lab’s research into nuclear weapons …

## Cox–ingersoll–ross Model

The Cox ingersoll ross Model (finance) is a mathematical model used to predict future stock prices. The model is named after the two main pioneers in its development, Arthur Cox …

## Variance Swap § Pricing And Valuation

A variance swap pricing and valuation is a mathematical tool used in finance to compute the expected return on an investment by measuring the differences in the contractual terms of …

## Johnson Binomial Tree

In finance, a Johnson Binomial Tree (JBT) is a mathematical tool used to model complex financial relationships. The JBT is a tree-like structure that allows for the assessment of risk …

## Constant Elasticity Of Variance Model

The constant elasticity of variance model is a mathematical tool used in finance to compare various risks and assets. It is used to measure how much variation in outcomes (e.g., …

## Lattice Model (finance)

In finance, a lattice model is a mathematical model of the financial system that is based on the idea of a series of interconnected points in space. The model is …

## Markov Process

The Markov Process is a mathematical model used in finance that explains the behavior of portfolios of assets over time. The model is used to predict how future prices will …

## Feynman–kac Formula

In general, the Feynman-Kac formula is a mathematical formula that can be used to calculate the financial returns of individual stocks. The formula is based on the premise that certain …

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