Probability-free pricing of adjusted American lookbacks. / Philip Dawid, A.; de Rooij, Steven; Grunwald, Peter; M. Koolen, Wouter; Shafer, Glenn; Shen, Alexander; Vereshchagin, Nikolai; Vovk, Vladimir.

2011.

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Probability-free pricing of adjusted American lookbacks. / Philip Dawid, A.; de Rooij, Steven; Grunwald, Peter; M. Koolen, Wouter; Shafer, Glenn; Shen, Alexander; Vereshchagin, Nikolai; Vovk, Vladimir.

2011.

Research output: Working paper

Harvard

Philip Dawid, A, de Rooij, S, Grunwald, P, M. Koolen, W, Shafer, G, Shen, A, Vereshchagin, N & Vovk, V 2011 'Probability-free pricing of adjusted American lookbacks'.

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Philip Dawid, A., de Rooij, S., Grunwald, P., M. Koolen, W., Shafer, G., Shen, A., Vereshchagin, N., & Vovk, V. (2011). Probability-free pricing of adjusted American lookbacks.

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Philip Dawid A, de Rooij S, Grunwald P, M. Koolen W, Shafer G, Shen A et al. Probability-free pricing of adjusted American lookbacks. 2011 Aug 20.

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Philip Dawid, A. ; de Rooij, Steven ; Grunwald, Peter ; M. Koolen, Wouter ; Shafer, Glenn ; Shen, Alexander ; Vereshchagin, Nikolai ; Vovk, Vladimir. / Probability-free pricing of adjusted American lookbacks. 2011.

BibTeX

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