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Solving stochastic saddlepoint systems

Marcus H. Miller

Solving stochastic saddlepoint systems

a qualitative treatment with economic applications

by Marcus H. Miller

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Published by Centre for Economic Policy Research in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMarcus Miller and Paul Weller.
SeriesDiscussion paper series / Centre for Economic Policy Research -- no.308
ContributionsWeller, Paul., Centre for Economic Policy Research.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13923571M

Singular stochastic control has found diverse applications in operations management, economics, and finance. However, in all but the simplest of cases, singular stochastic control problems cannot be solved analytically. In this paper, we propose a method for numerically solving a class of singular stochastic control by: Reliability analysis of structures using stochastic response surface method and saddlepoint approximation Article in Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization 55(6) .

AN INTRODUCTION TO STOCHASTIC DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS VERSION DepartmentofMathematics Stochastic differential equations is usually, and justly, regarded as a graduate level subject. A really careful treatment assumes the students’ familiarity with probability isthestate of the system attimet File Size: 1MB. The system consisting of the adjoint equa­ tion, the original state equation, and the maximum condition is referred to as an (extended) Hamiltonian system. On the other hand, in Bellman's dynamic programming, there is a partial differential equation (PDE), of first order in the (finite-dimensional) deterministic case and of second or­ der in.

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Downloadable. We examine the effect of introducing stochastic shocks into a linear rational expectations model with saddlepoint dynamics generated by a forward-looking asset price. We derive the fundamental differential equation governing the path of the asset price as a function of the "sluggish" variable.

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