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Singular perturbations and asymptotics book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Richard E. Meyer.
The book focuses on the processes, methodologies, reactions, and principles involved in singular perturbations and asymptotics, including boundary value problems, equations, perturbations, water waves, and gas dynamics.
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The asymptotics is based on a study of the volatility as a process of the model parameters. Our results show why the asymptotics for this specification is quite complex although it is a rather standard parametric model. The proof makes use of stochastic recurrence equations for this random function and uses exponential inequalities to localize the problem. Nevertheless, our theory does not yet treat all standard specifications of the mean function.