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Explicit Numerical Approximations for SDDEs in Finite and Infinite Horizons using the Adaptive EM Method: Strong Convergence and Almost Sure Exponential Stability

by   Ulises Botija-Munoz, et al.

In this paper we investigate explicit numerical approximations for stochastic differential delay equations (SDDEs) under a local Lipschitz condition by employing the adaptive Euler-Maruyama (EM) method. Working in both finite and infinite horizons, we achieve strong convergence results by showing the boundedness of the pth moments of the adaptive EM solution. We also obtain the order of convergence infinite horizon. In addition, we show almost sure exponential stability of the adaptive approximate solution for both SDEs and SDDEs.


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