Statistical causality and orthogonality of local martingales
AbstractIn this work we consider the concept of statistical causality between filtrations, and in particular a generalization of the causality relationship “G is a cause of J within H”. Then we apply this concept to strongly orthogonal martingales. We show the equivalence between the concepts of causality and orthogonality of local martingales. The orthogonality of martingales is a property which can be associated with the theory of option trading.
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Volume (Year): 82 (2012)
Issue (Month): 7 ()
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