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Stationarity and ergodicity for an affine two factor model

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  • Matyas Barczy
  • Leif Doering
  • Zenghu Li
  • Gyula Pap

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We study the existence of a unique stationary distribution and ergodicity for a 2-dimensional affine process. The first coordinate is supposed to be a so-called alpha-root process with \alpha\in(1,2]. The existence of a unique stationary distribution for the affine process is proved in case of \alpha\in(1,2]; further, in case of \alpha=2, the ergodicity is also shown.

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  • Matyas Barczy & Leif Doering & Zenghu Li & Gyula Pap, 2013. "Stationarity and ergodicity for an affine two factor model," Papers 1302.2534, arXiv.org, revised Sep 2013.
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    1. Matyas Barczy & Gyula Pap & Tamas T. Szabo, 2014. "Parameter estimation for the subcritical Heston model based on discrete time observations," Papers 1403.0527, arXiv.org, revised Feb 2016.

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