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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Minimizing Shortfall

    Despite the increasing sophistication of Finance in the past 30 years, quantitative tools for building portfolios remain entrenched in the paradigm proposed by Markowitz in 1952; these tools offer investors a trade?]off between mean return and variance. However, Markowitz himself was not satisfied with variance, which penalizes gains and losses...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Gozer: A Dynamic Object-Oriented Lisp for the JVM

    The Gozer language is a highly dynamic Lisp dialect designed for the rapid development of complex scripts that can easily exploit a distributed environment as well as local parallelism. Although fundamentally object-oriented, it supports multiple programming paradigms, including functional, imperative, object-oriented and generic. Gozer runs on the Java virtual machine...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Gozer: A Dynamic Object-Oriented Lisp for the JVM

    The Gozer language is a highly dynamic Lisp dialect designed for the rapid development of complex scripts that can easily exploit a distributed environment as well as local parallelism. Although fundamentally object-oriented, it supports multiple programming paradigms, including functional, imperative, object-oriented and generic. Gozer runs on the Java virtual machine...

    Provided By MSCI

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Minimizing Shortfall

    Despite the increasing sophistication of Finance in the past 30 years, quantitative tools for building portfolios remain entrenched in the paradigm proposed by Markowitz in 1952; these tools offer investors a trade?]off between mean return and variance. However, Markowitz himself was not satisfied with variance, which penalizes gains and losses...

    Provided By MSCI