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Stopped Brownian-increment tamed Euler method

04/26/2022
by   Martin Hutzenthaler, et al.
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In this article we propose a new explicit Euler-type approximation method for stochastic differential equations (SDEs). In this method, Brownian increments in the recursion of the Euler method are replaced by suitable bounded functions of the Brownian increments. We prove strong convergence rate one-half for a large class of SDEs with polynomial coefficient functions whose local monotonicity constant grows at most like the logarithm of a Lyapunov-type function.

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