Software Frameworks in Quantitative Finance, Part I Fundamental Principles and Applications to Monte Carlo Methods: Wilmott Magazine Article – Daniel J. Duffy & Joerg Kienitz

We discuss a number of ongoing efforts when developing customizable software systems and frameworks for problems in Quantitative Finance. In particular, we examine the interplay between architecture, patterns and modern object-oriented and generic programming paradigms.

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