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On Tuesday 28th November, in Auditorium 1 VB at the usual time, there will be a final meeting, little revision and questions
Here you find the summary of the last part of the course.
Please note that the 4 summary together provide the updated syllabus for the course.
Here is the summary-list of concepts introduced during the PART III of the course.
The feedback on the assignment is now available at Devilry.
Here you find the solutions.
Here is the summary-list of concepts introduced during the PART II of the course.
Here are the results on the Quiz (Kahoot) held on 10.10 on Part II
Here is are the results on the quiz (Kahoot) on Part I held on 26.9 in class
Here is the assignment. The deadline for submission is on Thursday October 19th.
From the course description page:
One compulsory assignments needs to be passed within given deadlines to be allowed to take the final exam. Final mark based on written examination at the end of the semester.
The submission of the assignment is electronic. See dedicated message about procedures.
The student representative is Jan Aleksander Olsen Bakke (jabakke [at] math.uio.no). Please, contact him for comments or suggestions regarding the course.
Here is the summary-list of concepts introduced during the PART I of the course.
Important about mandatory assignments
From autumn 2017 all mandatory assignment must be uploaded to Devilry.
- The assignment must be submitted as a single PDF file.
- Scanned pages must be clearly legible. If these two requirements are not met, the assignment will not be assessed, but a new attempt may be given.
- The submission must contain your name, course and assignment number.
Read the information about assignment carefully. http://www.uio.no/english/studies/examinations/compulsory-activities/mn-math-mandatory.html
After questions, I am pasting the link of the publishing house where you can find the electronic version of the book: M.V. Tretyakov: Introductory Course in Financial Mathematics 2013. See here
Welcome to the course!
We shall start by an overview of the course, spilling out some of the issues we are going to deal with. We will also start introducing the first concepts.
The major references for this course are:
M.V. Tretyakov: Introductory Course on Financial Mathematics, Imperial College Press, 2013.
S.R. Pliska: Introduction to Mathematical Finance, Discrete Time Models, Blackwell Publishers, 1997.
See you all on Monday!