I am looking for reviews of the book: Financial Markets Tick by Tick by Pierre Lequeux.

It is fairly dated but I'm looking for ideas on the projects that I'm working on and the reviews on Amazon were not very helpful.

It would be great if someone can recommend anything more recent on similar lines.

Best

Statistics: Posted by Nimbus3000 — May 21st, 2017, 7:53 am

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Which book on OpenCl do people here rate ?

OpenCL is indeed a fast moving target at the moment, and the books may become quickly out of date.

As an introduction, "Hands On OpenCL" course/materials (slides, exercises, and solutions) by Simon McIntosh-Smith and Tom Deakin is the way to go: http://handsonopencl.github.io/

Keep track of the International Workshop on OpenCL (IWOCL) to learn more and stay up to date: http://www.iwocl.org/iwocl-2017/conference-program/

Here's the program from last year: http://www.iwocl.org/iwocl-2016/iwocl-2016-sessions/

For instance, the Boost Compute library, http://www.boost.org/libs/compute/ (in Boost since version 1.61.0) has been presented there: http://www.iwocl.org/wp-content/uploads ... ompute.pdf

Statistics: Posted by Polter — May 5th, 2017, 5:44 pm

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outrun wrote:That looks like SU3 Supersymmetric Gauge Theory

String Theory (lots of symbols), again. It does appeal to the masses more than incompressible Navier Stokes I suppose. The worst part is when physicists start playing God. Maybe that's the cause of all crises?

don't forget mathematicians and their Gods

they actually have this book standing on the same shelf as where I found the Money Formula. That was just next to phyzzi-economics.

Statistics: Posted by Collector — April 19th, 2017, 9:14 pm

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Cuchulainn wrote:DavidO wrote:I expect an economist put it there!

econophysics?

Or is it phyzzi-economics?

Fuzzy Economics: An Overview

Statistics: Posted by Collector — April 19th, 2017, 9:09 pm

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DavidO wrote:I expect an economist put it there!

econophysics?

Statistics: Posted by Traden4Alpha — April 19th, 2017, 2:59 pm

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I expect an economist put it there!

econophysics?

Statistics: Posted by Cuchulainn — April 19th, 2017, 2:39 pm

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But then after all good bookstores sort books by what formulas they contain and not by the title. Page 151

Is this the Money Formula? Newton Gravity + Newton Alchemy ?

Statistics: Posted by Collector — April 17th, 2017, 8:36 pm

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Cuchulainn wrote:outrun wrote:That looks like SU3 Supersymmetric Gauge Theory

String Theory (lots of symbols), again. It does appeal to the masses more than incompressible Navier Stokes I suppose.

I still want to crack that, maybe it's some integrated variance derivative? Don't tell!

I said SU3 because I once bought this book below, and never got past reading the cover!

I'm now at the "Netwon is a HIQLEQ" part. I wonder who wrote this section.. Pretty convincing anecdotes!

There are many, many hidden messages on the cover. But you need to have a physical copy to see the clues. It's all very clever.

Statistics: Posted by Paul — April 12th, 2017, 9:11 am

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To get the real sense you need to read all the way to the last page. Or at least the last page.

That's a very valuable set of concrete helpful tips on topics that matter! I think that I've been waiting for answers to at least 80% of them!

Statistics: Posted by outrun — April 11th, 2017, 7:24 pm

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katastrofa wrote:BTW, the implied translation of "¡Vaya mierda!" is incorrect, imho.

What would be a better translation?

It depends on the context, of course, but that sounds to me more like "That's shit!" or "That sucks!".

Statistics: Posted by katastrofa — April 11th, 2017, 10:40 am

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