Papers: Canonical Momenta of Financial Markets and Neocortical EEG

Lester Ingber ingber at shellx.best.com
Sat Mar 2 12:14:46 EST 1996


Papers: Canonical Momenta of Financial Markets and Neocortical EEG

The following two preprints are available.

   markets96_momenta.ps.Z [45K]
          %A L. Ingber
          %T Canonical momenta indicators of financial markets and
             neocortical EEG
          %B International Conference on Neural Information Processing
             (ICONIP'96)
          %I Springer
          %C New York
          %D 1996
          %O This is an invited paper to the 1996 International
             Conference on Neural Information Processing (ICONIP'96), Hong
             Kong, 24-27 September 1996.
             URL http://www.ingber.com/markets96_momenta.ps.Z

   smni96_momenta.ps.Z [45K]
          %A L. Ingber
          %T Canonical momenta indicators of neocortical EEG
          %B Physics Computing 96 (PC96)
          %I PC96
          %C Krakow, Poland
          %D 1996
          %O This is an invited paper to Physics Computing 96 (PC96),
             Krakow, Poland, 17-21 September 1996.
             URL http://www.ingber.com/smni96_momenta.ps.Z

This archive also contains the most recent version 12.10 of
   Adaptive Simulated Annealing (ASA)
          %A L. Ingber
          %T Adaptive Simulated Annealing (ASA)
          %R [http://www.ingber.com/ASA-shar, ASA-shar.Z, ASA.tar.Z,
             ASA.tar.gz, ASA.zip]
          %I Lester Ingber Research
          %C McLean, VA
          %D 1993
ASA is one of the most powerful optimization algorithms for nonlinear
and stochastic systems, and is being used recursively in the above two
projects.

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