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E. Derman. Constraint language for financial modelling. Uses an extension of the equation solver in IDEAL. “A Simple Equation Solver and Its Application to Financial Modeling”, E. Derman et al, Soft Prac & Exp 14(12):1169-1181 (Dec 1984).


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