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Fuzzy Portfolio Optimization: Theory and Methods Fang, Yong/ Lai, Kin Keung/ Wang, Shouyang|Wang, Shou Yang 1 of 1
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 3540779256
ISBN-13: 9783540779254
Sku: 207934062
Publish Date: 6/30/2008
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9H x 6L x 0.5T
Pages:  182
Age Range:  NA
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This is the first monograph on fuzzy portfolio optimization. By using fuzzy mathematical approaches, quantitative analysis, qualitative analysis, the experts'' knowledge and the investors'' subjective opinions can be better integrated into portfolio selection models. The contents of this book mainly comprise of the authors'' research results for fuzzy portfolio selection problems in recent years. In addition, in the book, the authors introduce some other important progress in the field of fuzzy portfolio optimization. Some fundamental issues and problems of portfolio selection have been studied systematically and extensively by the authors to apply fuzzy systems theory and optimization methods. A new framework for investment analysis is presented in this book. A series of portfolio selection models are given and some of them are more efficient for practical applications. Some application examples are given to illustrate those models.

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This is the first monograph on fuzzy portfolio optimization. By using fuzzy mathematical approaches, quantitative analysis, qualitative analysis, the experts' knowledge and the investors' subjective opinions can be better integrated into portfolio selection models. The contents of this book mainly comprise of the authors' research results for fuzzy portfolio selection problems in recent years. In addition, in the book, the authors introduce some other important progress in the field of fuzzy portfolio optimization. Some fundamental issues and problems of portfolio selection have been studied systematically and extensively by the authors to apply fuzzy systems theory and optimization methods. A new framework for investment analysis is presented in this book. A series of portfolio selection models are given and some of them are more efficient for practical applications. Some application examples are given to illustrate those models.
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