Some Simple ML Estimators in Stochastic Differential Equations
AbstractFor many stochastic differential equations often met in financial theory, it is the drift and the dispersion which are the principal parameters of the model. In such cases it is shown that the parameters can be estimated by ordinary methods from normal distribution theory.
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Stochastic differential equations; ML estimates; financial models;
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