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Jürgen Topper

Contents

Preface xv

PART I PRELIMINARIES 1

1 Introduction 3

2.1 Optimal price policy of a monopolist 7

2.2 The Black–Scholes option pricing model 8

2.3 Pricing American options 10

2.4 Multi-asset options with stochastic correlation 12

2.5 The steady-state distribution of the Vasicek interest rate process 14

2.6 Notes 16

3.1 General considerations for numerical computations 17

3.1.1 Evaluation criteria 17

3.1.2 Turning unbounded domains into bounded domains 18

3.2 Ordinary initial value problems 22

3.2.1 Basic concepts 22

3.2.2 Euler’s method 23

3.2.3 Taylor methods 28

3.2.4 Runge–Kutta methods 30

3.2.5 The backward Euler method 33

3.2.6 The Crank–Nicolson method 35

3.2.7 Predictor–corrector methods 36

3.2.8 Adaptive techniques 38

3.2.9 Methods for systems of equations 39

x Contents

3.3.1 Introductory remarks 46

3.3.2 Finite difference methods 46

3.3.3 Shooting methods 49

3.4 Initial boundary value problems 49

3.4.1 The explicit scheme 49

3.4.2 The implicit scheme 51

3.4.3 The Crank–Nicolson method 52

3.4.4 Integrating early exercise 52

3.5 Notes 53

4 Static 1D Problems 57

4.1 Basic features of ﬁnite element methods 57

4.2 The method of weighted residuals – one-element solutions 57

4.3 The Ritz variational method 72

4.4 The method of weighted residuals – a more general view 74

4.5 Multi-element solutions 75

4.5.1 The Galerkin method with linear elements 76

4.5.2 The Galerkin method with quadratic trial functions 89

4.5.3 The collocation method with cubic Hermite trial functions 93

4.6 Case studies 99

4.6.1 The Evans model of a monopolist 99

4.6.2 First exit time of a geometric Brownian motion 99

4.6.3 The steady-state distribution of the Ornstein–Uhlenbeck

process 101

4.6.4 Convection-dominated problems 102

4.7 Convergence 106

4.8 Notes 107

5.1 Derivation of element equations 109

5.1.1 The Galerkin method 109

5.1.2 The collocation method 114

5.2 Case studies 115

5.2.1 Plain vanilla options 115

5.2.2 Hedging parameters 123

5.2.3 Various exotic options 132

5.2.4 The CEV model 142

5.2.5 Some practicalities: Dividends and settlement 150

6.1 Introduction and overview 161

6.2 Construction of a mesh 162

6.3 The Galerkin method 165

6.3.1 The Galerkin method with linear elements (triangles) 165

6.3.2 The Galerkin method with linear elements (rectangular elements) 187

Contents xi

6.4.1 Brownian motion leaving a disk 187

6.4.2 Ritz revisited 188

6.4.3 First exit time in a two-asset pricing problem 191

6.5 Notes 194

7.1 Derivation of element equations 195

7.2 Case studies 197

7.2.1 Various rainbow options 197

7.2.2 Modeling volatility as a risk factor 203

8.1 Derivation of element equations: The collocation method 207

8.2 Case studies 209

8.2.1 First exit time of purely Brownian motion 209

8.2.2 First exit time of geometric Brownian motion 211

8.3 Notes 213

9.1 Derivation of element equations: The collocation method 215

9.2 Case studies 216

9.2.1 Pricing and hedging a basket option 216

9.2.2 Basket options with barriers 218

10.1 Introduction 221

10.2 Case studies 223

10.2.1 Penalty methods 223

10.2.2 American options 223

10.2.3 Passport options 227

10.2.4 Uncertain volatility: Best and worst cases 240

10.2.5 Worst-case pricing of rainbow options 248

10.3 Notes 252

A.1 Important theorems from calculus 259

A.1.1 Various concepts of continuity 259

A.1.2 Taylor’s theorem 260

A.1.3 Mean value theorems 262

A.1.4 Various theorems 263

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A.2.1 Quadrature 264

A.2.2 Solving nonlinear equations 268

A.3 Differential equations 270

A.3.1 Deﬁnition and classiﬁcation 270

A.3.2 Ordinary initial value problems 272

A.3.3 Ordinary boundary value problems 279

A.3.4 Partial differential equations of second order 285

A.3.5 Parabolic problems 287

A.3.6 Elliptic PDEs 295

A.3.7 Hyperbolic PDEs 296

A.3.8 Hyperbolic conservation laws 297

A.4 Calculus of variations 299

B.1 Some important distributions 305

B.1.1 The univariate normal distribution 305

B.1.2 The bivariate normal distribution 305

B.1.3 The multivariate normal distribution 307

B.1.4 The lognormal distribution 307

B.1.5 The distribution 307

B.1.6 The central χ 2 distribution 309

B.1.7 The noncentral χ 2 distribution 310

B.2 Some important processes 310

B.2.1 Basic concepts 310

B.2.2 Wiener process 312

B.2.3 Brownian motion with drift 313

B.2.4 Geometric Brownian motion 313

B.2.5 Itô process 314

B.2.6 Ornstein–Uhlenbeck process 314

B.2.7 A process for commodities 314

B.3 Results 314

B.3.1 The transition probability density function 314

B.3.2 The backward Kolmogorov equation 315

B.3.3 The forward Kolmogorov equation 316

B.3.4 Steady-state distributions 321

B.3.5 First exit times 322

B.3.6 Itô’s lemma 325

B.4 Notes 326

C.1 Some basic facts 329

C.2 Errors and norms 331

C.3 Ill-conditioning 333

Contents xiii

C.5 Notes 339

References 343

Index 351

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