3 edition of **A probability diffusion model of dynamic market behavior** found in the catalog.

A probability diffusion model of dynamic market behavior

David B. Montgomery

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Published
**1966**
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Dissertation (Ph.D.)- Stanford University. Microfilm of typescript. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, 1966. 1 reel. 35mm.

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Format | Microfilm |

Pagination | 207p. |

Number of Pages | 207 |

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Open Library | OL13729742M |

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Statistics, Probability, and the Stock Trader. By Dr. Winton Felt. Statistics play a major role in the life of a trader. For any single trade, chance is a big factor. Think of the way a gambling casino works. If a strategy has a 52% probability of working in your favor, you have an almost even chance of making or losing money on an individual. The basic assumption of the model is that the timing of a consumer's initial purchase is related to the number of previous buyers. A behavioral rationale for the model is offered in terms of innovative and imitative behavior. The model yields good predictions of the sales peak and the timing of the peak when applied to historical by:

Downloadable! A stochastic model of adaptive behavior in a dynamic situation is proposed, and its properties developed. The model is developed from a hypothetical construct of behavior, and, in the limit, becomes a nonstationary probability diffusion process. Although the model has wide potential applicability, it is discussed in the marketing context for which the model was first proposed. Abstract. Let X be a Lévy process in R d, dU3, obtained by subordinating Brownian motion with a subordinator with a positive drift. Such a process has the same law as the sum of an independent Brownian motion and a Lévy process with no continuous component.

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