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Positivity preserving logarithmic Euler-Maruyama type scheme for stochastic differential equations

by   Yulian Yi, et al.

In this paper, we propose a class of explicit positivity preserving numerical methods for general stochastic differential equations which have positive solutions. Namely, all the numerical solutions are positive. Under some reasonable conditions, we obtain the convergence and the convergence rate results for these methods. The main difficulty is to obtain the strong convergence and the convergence rate for stochastic differential equations whose coefficients are of exponential growth. Some numerical experiments are provided to illustrate the theoretical results for our schemes.


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