It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. While the original works on Malliavin calculus aimed to study the smoothness of densities of solutions to stochastic differential equations, this book has another goal. It portrays the most important and innovative applications in stochastic control and finance, such as hedging in complete and incomplete markets, optimisation in the presence of asymmetric information and also pricing and sensitivity analysis.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. The application I had in mind was mainly the use of the Clark-Ocone formula and its generalization to finance, especially portfolio analysis, option pricing and hedging.
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Malliavin Calculus in Finance
Embed Size px x x x x Email: oksendal math. The application I had inmind was mainly the use of the Clark-Ocone formula and its generalization to nance,especially portfolio analysis, option pricing and hedging. This and other applications aredescribed in the impressive paper by Karatzas and Ocone [KO] see reference list in theend of Chapter 5. To be able to understand these applications, we had to work throughthe theory and methods of the underlying mathematical machinery, usually called theMalliavin calculus. The main literature we used for this part of the course are the booksby Ustunel [U] and Nualart 11006 regarding the analysis on the Wiener space, and theforthcoming book by Holden, ksendal, Ube and Zhang [HUZ] regarding the relatedwhite noise analysis Chapter 3. The prerequisites for the course are some basic knowl-edge of stochastic analysis, including Ito integrals, the Ito representation theorem and theGirsanov theorem, which can be found in e.
AN INTRODUCTION TO MALLIAVIN CALCULUS WITH APPLICATIONS TO ECONOMICS
Email: oksendal math. May This and other applications are described in the impressive paper by Karatzas and Ocone [KO] see reference list in the end of Chapter 5. To be able to understand these applications, we had to work through the theory and methods of the underlying mathematical machinery, usually called the Malliavin calculus. The prerequisites for the course are some basic knowl- edge of stochastic analysis, including Ito integrals, the Ito representation theorem and the Girsanov theorem, which can be found in e.
In probability theory and related fields, Malliavin calculus is a set of mathematical techniques and ideas that extend the mathematical field of calculus of variations from deterministic functions to stochastic processes. In particular, it allows the computation of derivatives of random variables. Malliavin calculus is also called the stochastic calculus of variations. The calculus has been applied to stochastic partial differential equations as well. The calculus allows integration by parts with random variables ; this operation is used in mathematical finance to compute the sensitivities of financial derivatives. The calculus has applications in, for example, stochastic filtering. His calculus enabled Malliavin to prove regularity bounds for the solution's density.
An Introduction to Malliavin Calculus With Applications to Economics