Dynamic term structure modeling: the fixed income valuation by Sanjay K. Nawalkha

By Sanjay K. Nawalkha

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H→0 0 .   . 21) can be expressed as follows: √ b(X(0), 0)[εh h]√  + b(X(h), h)[ε 2h h]  √ T  + b(X(2h), 2h)[ε  3h h] b(X, t) dZ(t) = lim  h→0  . 0  .. S. 22), respectively. However, the probability distribution of the variable X(T) is not always straightforward to derive analytically since both a(X, t) and b(X, t) are themselves stochastic and are functions of the stochastic variable X(t), for 0 ≤ t < T. In the latter part of this chapter we investigate some special Gaussian cases for which it is easy to solve the first two moments of the stochastic integrals analytically.

H→0  .  . √ + b2 (T − h)[εT h]2   2         b (t)h  + b2 (t + h)h    2   = lim  + b (t + 2h)h  = ..  h→0   . 37) 11 A Simple Introduction to Continuous-Time Stochastic Processes Rule 4 Let Z(t) be a Wiener process and b(t) and c(t) be deterministic functions of time t. 34). 38) is more involved, but can be given using the same technique used for proving rule 3. 39) Examples of Gaussian Stochastic Integrals As mentioned earlier, the probability distributions of stochastic integrals are not easy to solve analytically.

Most stochastic processes used in fixed income valuation generally satisfy the regularity conditions, and the reader will be alerted if violations of these conditions do occur. Since stochastic processes are very general and may allow the instantaneous mean and variance of the underlying variable to change continuously over time, a stochastic integral can give a variety of distributions over discrete intervals, depending on the specific assumptions made about the parameters that define the stochastic process.

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