Python Numpy Jobs

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  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $1,000.00 Posted
    Looking for a developer to help us backtest various trading ideas that my team and I come up with. It's most important for the developer to have good programming skills to easily and quickly write the code for strategies that we send and deliver the results as quickly as possible. It's also important to have good skills with data analysis and preparation as we may have to send you the historical data necessary to complete the backtests and ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $10.00 Posted
    Hello. I need someone who can build arima model with python. The procedure should be added to class TSForecaster. In attachment, existing sources and datafiles that have to be forecasted. That's simple short work if you ever did something similar. Please write me for an additional info.
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $300.00 Posted
    We've developed some Proof-of-Concept code for an autonomous R/C car that detects people's faces and drives toward them. We're using cascade files for face detection which provides us with a good-enough program but it only works when someone is facing directly at the camera and about 3 - 5 feet away. Additionally, we're taking JPEG image captures and sending them over to an in-network server for processing which returns a control signal to the car. Currently ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $20.00 Posted
    Danny & Johnny are professional basketball players. Each day they meet, and play for a while. Whoever scores the most points is declared winner for the day, and wins a dollar (the other one loses a dollar). After a year of games, we are given a vector (including 365 elements) representing, say, Danny's winning/losing days: [1, -1, -1, 1, 1, -1, -1, .......] Your goal is to write an algorithm that, given the vector of prior 365 'basketball matches' between ...
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    Dear all, I need to implement the algorithm in the paper by Hua He, "Convergence from Discrete- to Continuous-Time Contingent Claims Prices" (for N=3) ( http://qed.econ.queensu.ca/faculty/milne/873/ECON873%20(2008)%20Convergence%20from%20Discrete%20to%20Continuous.pdf ) This is a recombining multinomial tree. The idea is very similar to the standard binomial tree that is used in finance. The difference is that here we have 4 edges and they recombine in a specific way. I ...
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