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The companion website to the book here has a PDF download ("Monte Carlo Permutation Evaluation of Trading Systems") on pages 18-20 of which there is C++ code for the permutation routine. Code for White's Reality Check test is available from the ttrTests package for R.
Jim Gatherals Book deals with the models you mention and gives an intuitive understanding about calibration and issues that arise. Mostly basic stuff, but very useful if you're just starting out. Also very understandable without an extensive math background.
The Automated Trading System-blog has a few posts about the book with a helpful tool at the end: http://www.automated-trading-system.com/evidence-based-technical-analysis-aronson-book/ http://www.automated-trading-system.com/bootstrap-test/ and here the conclusion with the free tool for the bootstrap-test: ...
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