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Email or Customer ID. It is possible to use property C as the definition of a semi-martingale, and to develop the theory of stochastic integration from this point of view [P]. There are many excellent textbook expositions of stochastic integration from the conventional point of view; see, e. Log in. Namespaces Page Discussion.
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Jump to: navigation , search. At first a stochastic integral is defined for simple predictable processes , of the form where is -measurable.
In this case, by the stochastic integral or , or one understands the variable The mapping , where permits an extension also denoted by onto the set of all bounded predictable functions, which possesses the following properties: a the process , , is continuous from the right and has limits from the left; b is linear, i.
The definition given for functions holds for any process , not only for semi-martingales. If is a semi-martingale and is a Markov time stopping time , then the "stopped" process is also a semi-martingale and for every predictable bounded process , This property enables one to extend the definition of a stochastic integral to the case of locally-bounded predictable functions. Hence, the are bounded and is stochastically indistinguishable from. A process , again called a stochastic integral, therefore exists, such that The constructed stochastic integral possesses the following properties: is a semi-martingale; the mapping is linear; if is a process of locally bounded variation, then so is the integral , and then coincides with the Stieltjes integral of with respect to ; ;.
For example, if is a locally square-integrable martingale, then a stochastic integral with the properties a —c can be defined for any predictable process that possesses the property that the process is locally integrable here is the quadratic variation of , i. References [J] J.
Dellacherie, P. Liptser, A. Call a process elementary predictable if it has a representation where are stopping times and is -measurable with a.
The theory of stochastic integration, also called the Ito calculus, has a large spectrum of applications in virtually every scientific area involving random functions. But the material has been thoroughly reorganized and rewritten. The purpose is to present a modern version of the theory of stochastic in tegration, comprising.
Fix a stochastic process and for each stopping time define a mapping by where denotes the process. References [B] K.
Bichteler, "Stochastic integrators" Bull. Bichteler, "Stochastic integrators and the theory of semimartingales" Ann. Chung, R.
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