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Explicit approximations for nonlinear switching diffusion systems in finite and infinite horizons

by   Hongfu Yang, et al.

Focusing on hybrid diffusion dynamics involving continuous dynamics as well as discrete events, this article investigates the explicit approximations for nonlinear switching diffusion systems modulated by a Markov chain. Different kinds of easily implementable explicit schemes have been proposed to approximate the dynamical behaviors of switching diffusion systems with local Lipschitz continuous drift and diffusion coefficients in both finite and infinite intervals. Without additional restriction conditions except those which guarantee the exact solutions posses their dynamical properties, the numerical solutions converge strongly to the exact solutions in finite horizon, moreover, realize the approximation of long-time dynamical properties including the moment boundedness, stability and ergodicity. Some simulations and examples are provided to support the theoretical results and demonstrate the validity of the approach.


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