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(computer science)

APT

1. On drawings; abbr. for apartment.
2. Abbr. for Association for Preservation Technology.

APT

(language)

APT

(company)

APT

(1) See advanced persistent threat.

(2) (Automatic Programmed Tools) A high-level programming language used to generate instructions for numerical control machines.
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Ross, "An Empirical Investigation of the Arbitrage Pricing Theory," The Journal of Finance, 35, December 1980, pp.
Cox, Nomura Professor of Finance at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Robert Merton, a Nobel Memorial Prize winner in Economic Sciences; Fischer Black, the co-developer of the Black-Scholes formula which is widely used to value stock options in markets throughout the world; Mark Rubinstein, best known for his work on the Cox-Ross-Rubinstein binomial option pricing approach and his work on exotic options; Stephen Ross, the originator of the Arbitrage Pricing Theory and the co-discoverer of risk neutral pricing and of the binomial model for pricing derivatives; and Robert Jarrow, 1993 Mobil scholar, most recently known for his research relating to the pricing of credit derivatives and exotic options.
He is probably best known for having invented the Arbitrage Pricing Theory and the Theory of Agency, and as the co-discoverer of risk neutral pricing and of the binomial model for pricing derivatives.