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Extensions to the Black-Scholes model have been suggested recently that permit one to calculate worst-case prices for a portfolio of vanilla options or for exotic options when no a priori distribution for the forward volatility is known. The Uncertain Volatility Model (UVM) by Avellaneda and...
A proof of convergence is presented for a simplified numerical integration method for solving systems of correlated stochastic differential equations describing mean reverting geometric Brownian motion. Such systems arise in modelling the time evolution of interest rate term structures. For time...
The backward induction approach is systematically used to produce various models of forward market rates. These include the lognormal model of forward Libor rates examined by Miltersen et al. and Brace et al., as well as the lognormal model of (fixed-maturity) forward swap rates, which was...
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