Ramesh Adhikari

Published December 16, 2021

This article shows how to use some of Mathematica’s built-in financial functions and define new functions useful for the practical analysis of real-world financial data. The main topics covered are linear programming and its application in bond portfolio management, conditional value-at-risk minimization, introductory time-series analysis, simulation, bootstrapping, robust equity portfolio optimization and artificial intelligence. Read More »

Robert Cowen

Published September 28, 2021

Mathematica has many built-in functions for doing research in graph theory. Formerly it was necessary to load the Combinatorica package to access these functions; most are now available within Mathematica itself. This article studies a problem concerning the vertex coloring of graphs using Mathematica by introducing some user-defined functions. Read More »

Sanjar M. Abrarov, Rehan Siddiqui, Rajinder K. Jagpal, Brendan M. Quine

Published May 24, 2021