Generating Tempered Stable Random Variates from Mixture Representation
The paper presents a new method of random number generation for tempered stable distribution. This method is easy to implement, faster than other available approaches when tempering is moderate and more accurate than the benchmark. All the results are given as parametric formulas that may be directly used by practitioners.
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