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THE INCLUDED FUNCTION MUST BE CONSIDERED AS TESTING. The models included in the indicator have been taken from open sources on the web and some of them has been modified by the author, problems could occur at diverse data sceneries.
Work derived by previous own research for study:
This is mainly an INFINITE IMPULSE RESPONSE FILTERING INDICATOR, it's purpose is to catch trend given by the nature of lag given by a ESTIMATION ALGORITHM as it's coefficient. It provides as well an INFINITE IMPULSE RESPONSE DEVIATION FILTER that uses the same coefficients of the main filter to plot deviation bands as an auxiliary tool.
The given Filter based indicator provides my own Multi Volatility-Estimators Function with only 3 models:
- ELASTIC WEIGHTED VOLATILITY: This is a Modified Daigler & Padungsaksawasdi "Volume Weighted Volatility" as on DOI: 10.1504/IJBAAF.2018.089423 but with Elastic instead of (intraday) for faster (but inaccurate) calculation. A future version is planned on the way using intra-bar inspection for intraday timeframe as described in original paper.
- GARMAN & KLASS / YANG-ZANG EXTENSION: As one of the best range based (OHLC) with open gaps inclusion in a single bar.
- PETER MARTIN'S ULCER INDEX: This is a better approach to measure realized than standard deviation of log returns given it's proven convex risk metric for DrawDowns as shown in Chekhlov et al. (2005). Regarding this particular model, I take a different approach to use it as coefficient feed: Given that the UI only takes in consideration DrawDawns, I code myself the inverse of this to compute Draw-Ups as well and use both of them to filter minimums levels in order to create a SLOW version of the IIR filter, and maximums of both to calculate as FAST variation. This approach can be used as a better proxy instead of any other common moving average given that with NO COMPOUND IN TIME AT ALL (N=1) or only using as long as N=3 bars of compund, the filter can catch a trend easily, making the indicator nearly a NON PARAMETRIC FILTER.
This version DO NOT INCLUDE ALERTS.
This version DO NOT INCLUDE STRATEGY: ALL Feedback welcome.
Incremental calculation of weighted mean and variance by Tony Finch (fanf2@cam. .uk) (email@example.com), 2009.
weighted volatility: empirical evidence for a new realised measure by Chaiyuth Padungsaksawasdi & Robert T. Daigler, 2018.
Basic DSP Tips & Trics by TradingView user @alexgrover
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