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Approximating the Inverse Normal 1.0
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Approximating the Inverse Normal 1.0
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Approximating the Inverse Normal 1.0 Description
Description: Applying the inverse transform method to the normal distribution entails evaluation of the inverse normal. This is the Beasley-Springer-Moro algorithm for approximating the inverse normal.

Input: u, a sacalar or matrix with elements between 0 and 1
Output: x, an approximation for the inverse normal at u

Pau Glasserman, Monte Carlo methods in financial engineering, vol. 53 of applications of Mathematics (New York),
Springer-Verlag, new York, 2004, p.67-68

License: Shareware

Related: monte, carlo, glasserman, Reference, output, approximation, methods, Financial, springerverlag, p6768

O/S:BSD, Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X

File Size: 10.0 KB

Downloads: 5

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