Three software houses have released options pricing calculators recently--but not through traditional media such as diskettes and CD-Roms. Instead, these applications have been made available over the Internet's World Wide Web, using Sunsoft Inc.'s recently unveiled Java programming language. Previously skeptical industry observers say the appearance of these mini-applications mark a significant shift in the way derivatives analytics software is marketed and distributed to end-users.
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