Calibration of local volatility using the local and implied instantaneous variance
AbstractWe document the calibration of the local volatility in terms of local and implied instantaneous variances; we first explore the theoretical properties of the method for a particular class of volatilities. We confirm the theoretical results through a numerical procedure which uses a Gauss-Newton style approximation of the Hessian in the framework of a sequential quadratic programming (SQP) approach. The procedure performs well on benchmarks from the literature and on FOREX data.
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Date of creation: 09 Dec 2009
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Publication status: Published, Journal of Computational Finance, 2009, 13, 2, 1--18
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calibration; local volatility; implied volatility; Dupire formula; adjoint; instantaneous local variance; instantaneous implied variance; implied variance;
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