Advances in Stochastic Modelling and Data Analysis by Jacques Janssen (auth.), Jacques Janssen, Christos H.

By Jacques Janssen (auth.), Jacques Janssen, Christos H. Skiadas, Constantin Zopounidis (eds.)

Advances in Stochastic Modelling and information Analysis offers the newest advancements within the box, including their purposes, commonly within the parts of coverage, finance, forecasting and advertising. additionally, the potential interactions among facts research, synthetic intelligence, selection aid platforms and multicriteria research are tested by means of most sensible researchers.
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Lj B(O). 22). 5. CONCLUSION This paper shows the possibility to analyze the dynamic evolution of a segmented balance sheet on basis of our preceding models, extending Merton's (1990) ideas. Moreover, we present a first connection with classical portfolio theory but in continuous time. The new concept of CALM gives a measure of danger for the company and the classical notion of duration can be extended for a measure of mean immunization. This last extension gives the possibility to define new matching constraints that could be added to the mathematical programming to be solved for finding the optimal portfolio at time t.

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Finally, the third asset is a perpetual American call option with an exercise price, q=$1. 1. Results In this context McKean obtained a closed-form solution for the two unknowns of the warrant holder's valuation (optimal stopping) problem. 4) =r - p. 2. Replication in Karatzas' Framework Replicating McKean's result in Karatzas' framework is not straightforward. As Karatzas (1988, p. 54) indicates, to evaluate perpetual options two technical difficulties have to be surmounted. That is, W(t) must now be: i) a Brownian motion on the entire set [O,oo], and ii) accompanied by a filtration that measures all of the processes in the model.

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