VIX OPTIONS - Bibliography

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        MACHINE LEARNING - Bibliography

  1. Taiwo Oladipupo Ayodele - Types of Machine Learning Algorithms, University of Portsmouth United Kingdom, 2016.
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        VWAP - Bibliography

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        COMMODITY - Bibliography

  1. Ana Luiza Abrao and Roriz Soares de Carvalho - Calibration of the Schwartz-Smith Model for Commodity Prices, Instituto de Matema´tica Pura e Aplicada, 2010.
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  12. Tolmasky C. and Hindanov D. - Principal component analysis for correlated curves and seasonal commodities: the case of the petroleum market. Journal of Futures Markets, 22 (11), 1019-1035, 2002.
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  14. Yan X. -Valuation of commodity derivatives in a new multi-factor model. Review of Derivatives Research, 5, 251-271, 2002.
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