quadrinomial

quadrinomial

(ˌkwɒdrɪˈnəʊmɪəl)
n
(Mathematics) an algebraic expression containing four terms
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Translations

quadrinomial

adjviergliedrig, vierteilig
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quadrinomial

[ˌkwɒdrɪˈnəʊmɪəl] nquadrinomio
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(2009) worked with the price of two commodities, sugar and ethanol, using as a stochastic process one MRP to assess an input switch option, thus developing a quadrinomial tree.
Following Hahn and Dyer (2011), the combination of the two variables lead to a quadrinomial tree, as presented in Figure 3.
The quadrinomial tree with joint probabilities is now divided into two stages of probabilities, conditional and marginal, in the same interval [[DELTA].sub.t], for variables X and Y, respectively, which is illustrated in Figure 4.
The construction requires more intense computational calculations, for example, at time t = 10 (T = 5 years) will be obtained for this sample in the quadrinomial tree.
Para os nos em que o preco do ativo subjacente situa-se entre os precos da arvore do AMM anterior, aplica-se a arvore quadrinomial para definicao dos valores da opcao.
I tested the sampling procedure analytically under 24 misstatement conditions -- binomial, trinomial and quadrinomial -- by convolving the probability distributions of the misstatement types to obtain an enumeration of the sample space.
Six misstatement distributions of tainting rates (the rates by which individual dollar units are overstated) were created for each amount of misstatement-three binomial, two trinomial and one quadrinomial. Thus, misstatement conditions were composed of as many as three tainting rates -- 100 percent, 50 percent and 20 percent -- the fourth rate being zero.