Fractional G-White Noise Theory, Wavelet Decomposition for Fractional G-Brownian Motion, and Bid-Ask Pricing Application to Finance Under Uncertainty
G-framework is presented by Peng  for measure risk under uncertainty. In this paper, we define fractional G-Brownian motion (fGBm). Fractional G-Brownian motion is a centered G-Gaussian process with zero mean and stationary increments in the sense of sub-linearity with Hurst index $H\in (0,1)$. This process has stationary increments, self-similarity, and long rang dependence properties in the sense of sub-linearity. These properties make the fractional G-Brownian motion a suitable driven process in mathematical finance. We construct wavelet decomposition of the fGBm by wavelet with compactly support. We develop fractional G-white noise theory, define G-It\^o-Wick stochastic integral, establish the fractional G-It\^o formula and the fractional G-Clark-Ocone formula, and derive the G-Girsanov's Theorem. For application the G-white noise theory, we consider the financial market modelled by G-Wick-It\^o type of SDE driven by fGBm. The financial asset price modelled by fGBm has volatility uncertainty, using G-Girsanov's Theorem and G-Clark-Ocone Theorem, we derive that sublinear expectation of the discounted European contingent claim is the bid-ask price of the claim.
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