Estimation for the change point of volatility in a stochastic differential equation
We consider a multidimensional Itô process Y=(Yt)t∈[0,T] with some unknown drift coefficient process bt and volatility coefficient σ(Xt,θ) with covariate process X=(Xt)t∈[0,T], the function σ(x,θ) being known up to θ∈Θ. For this model, we consider a change point problem for the parameter θ in the volatility component. The change is supposed to occur at some point t∗∈(0,T). Given discrete time observations from the process (X,Y), we propose quasi-maximum likelihood estimation of the change point. We present the rate of convergence of the change point estimator and the limit theorems of the asymptotically mixed type.
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Volume (Year): 122 (2012)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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