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Directed Continuous-Time Random Walk with memory

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  • Jaros{l}aw Klamut
  • Tomasz Gubiec

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We propose a new Directed Continuous-Time Random Walk (CTRW) model with memory. As CTRW trajectory consists of spatial jumps preceded by waiting times, in Directed CTRW, we consider the case with only positive spatial jumps. Moreover, we consider the memory in the model as each spatial jump depends on the previous one. Our model is motivated by the financial application of the CTRW presented in [Phys. Rev. E 82:046119][Eur. Phys. J. B 90:50]. As CTRW can successfully describe the short term negative autocorrelation of returns in high-frequency financial data (caused by the bid-ask bounce phenomena), we asked ourselves to what extent the observed long-term autocorrelation of absolute values of returns can be explained by the same phenomena. It turned out that the bid-ask bounce can be responsible only for the small fraction of the memory observed in the high-frequency financial data.

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  • Jaros{l}aw Klamut & Tomasz Gubiec, 2018. "Directed Continuous-Time Random Walk with memory," Papers 1807.01934, arXiv.org.
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