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Implementing QuantLib: Quantitative Finance in C++

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Implementing QuantLib: Quantitative Finance in C++

This book is a report on the design and implementation of QuantLib, alike in spirit—but, hopefully, with less frightening results—to the How I did it book prominently featured in Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein (in this case, of course, it would be "how we did it"). If you are, or want to be, a QuantLib user, you will find here useful information on the design of the library that might not be readily apparent when reading the code. If you're working in quantitative finance, even if not using QuantLib, you can still read it as a field report on the design of a financial library. You will find that it covers issues that you might also face, as well as some possible solutions and their rationale. Based on your constraints, it is possible—even likely—that you will choose other solutions; but you might profit from this discussion just the same.

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