A hybrid tree-finite difference approach for the Heston model
AbstractWe propose a hybrid tree-finite difference method in order to approximate the Heston model. We prove the convergence by embedding the procedure in a bivariate Markov chain and we study the convergence of European and American option prices. We finally provide numerical experiments that give accurate option prices in the Heston model, showing the reliability and the efficiency of the algorithm.
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