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Efficient Generation of Random Variates from a Copula Distribution
I have a 7-asset portfolio for which I want to simulate daily log-deltas using a Student T copula. The marginal distributions are all either Stable or TsallisQGaussian. Using NMaximize, I have ...
Feb 23 '13 at 21:01
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