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The risk and return of investment averaging: An option- theoretic approach

  title={The risk and return of investment averaging: An option- theoretic approach},
  author={Robert Dubil},
A method and system for calibrating an optical density measurement apparatus includes a graphic display module that can be modulated under control of a microcomputer. The module is preferably a matrix-array type liquid crystal display wherein individual pixels may be selectively turned on or off to achieve a desired time course of transmittance changes in order to emulate the clot signature of a standard solution. Preferably the graphic LCD module includes a portion which provides a user… 

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