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Application of Ito's Lemma to integral expression

I have a problem applying Ito's lemma. I know that if: $dX_t= \mu_t \, dt + \sigma_t \, dB_t$ then for $f(t,x)$: $df(t,X_t) =\left(\frac{\partial f}{\partial t} + \mu_t \frac{\partial ...
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Integrating a function of a random variable; $\int g(X) dP$

Assume a random variable $X$ on probability space $\Omega$, taking values in $\mathbb{R}$ with some known distribution $F(dX)$. Assume also a function of the random variable, $g(X)$. Does then the ...
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Representation of Markov process adapted to given Filtration

Let $X$ be continuous Markov process adapted to a filtration generated by Brownian motion $B$. Does there exist a function $f$ such that $X_t = f(t,B_t)$? My guess is that it should have such ...
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Skorohod convergence (space of right continuous functions with left limit)

If $f_n$ is a sequence of functions of the Skorohod Space $D([0,\infty),E)$, where $E$ is a separable Banach space, such that $f_n \to f$ in the Skorohod topology. Is it possible that there exists a ...
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Tail of hitting times for Brownian motion on the circle

For $y\in \mathbb R/\mathbb Z$ and $\varphi\in C([0,\infty);\mathbb R/\mathbb Z)$ let $T_{y}(\varphi) \ := \ \inf\{t>0: \varphi_t = y \} \ \ \ $ (first time the path $\varphi$ hits $y$) ...
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Quadratic variation - Semimartingale

We know that any Semimartingale has Quadratic variation. I am interested to know if the converse is also true i.e. if a process has quadratic variation then it is semimartingale. Can some one ...
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Transforming semimartingale to local martingale by change of measure

Consider a continuous $\mathbb{P}$ - semimartingale X which can be decomposed as M+A (M is local martingale and A is bounded variation process). Is it possible to change measure to $\mathbb{Q}$ s.t. ...
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Are there “necessary” conditions for a solution to the multivariate, truncated Hausdorff moment problem?

I am looking for NECESSARY conditions for a solution to the multivariate, truncated Hausdorff moment problem (i.e., conditions under which a given finite sequence of numbers is the sequence of first ...
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Representing a stochastic integral as product of a unknown random variable and a standard normal random variable

Consider a probability space $(\Omega,\mathcal F, (\mathcal F_t)_{t\geq0},\mathbb P)$ where $\mathbb F=(\mathcal F_t)_{t\geq0}$ is generated by $B=(B_t)_ { t \geq 0}$ a standard brownian motion ...
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Holder continuity of Ito integral

Let $\sigma(t,\omega)$ be a progressively measurable function and $\mathbb{E}[\int_0^T \sigma_t^2\mathrm dt] < \infty$. Can we say that the Ito process $\int_0^t \sigma_s \mathrm dW_s$ is Hölder ...
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Probability Space and proof of existence for my specific problem involving stochastic differential equations

I have a question regarding the probability space for my problem. This deals with radiation therapy. If X(t) and Y(t) represent the number of two types of cancer cells. X(t) and Y(t) satisfy the ...
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Locally Nondeterministic Property of Brownian Bridge

Could anyone please give ideas or point me out references where I can find any result concerning the locally nondeterministic (LND) property (in the sense of Berman: ...
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Forming a local martingale with continuous increasing process

If $M_t$ is continuous martingale, we know that there exists quadratic variation process which is continuous and increasing. I am interested to know if the converse is also true. To make it precise ...
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limit of sup of a stochastic integral

Let $W$ be a standard, one-dimensional Brownian motion and $0 < T < \infty$. Show that $$\lim_{\beta \to \infty} \sup_{0\leq t \leq T} |e^{-\beta t }\int_0^t e^{\beta s } dW_s| = 0$$ a.s.
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exit time and indicator function

let $D$ open set of $\mathbb{R}^{n}$ and $T_{D}=\inf\{t\geq 0 : X_{t}\notin D\} $ be the first exit time from the $D$ and $1_{A}$ is Indicator function of $A \subseteq \partial D$ $$ ...
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What is the right invariant $\sigma$-algebra for the Birkhoff ergodic theorem?

I have been reading stuff about ergodic theory, and I have encountered two versions of the involved "invariant sigma field". let the underlying probability space be $(\Omega,\mathcal{F},P)$, and let's ...
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Girsanov: Change of drift, that depends on the process

Known: If I am looking at an SDE like: $dX_t = b(t,\omega) dt + dW_t$ with $W_t$ a Brownian motion under a measure $P$. I know that I can change the drift by using Girsanov to $dX_t = ...
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question about the sequential continuity of the set of probability measures

I have a question about the sequential continuity of the set of probability measures. Let $\Omega$ be the space of continuous functions defined in $[0,1]$ taking values in $\mathbb{R}$. Let ...
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Example of a regular strong solution of an SDE, which doesn't satisfy a Lyapunov condition?

Let $$dX_t = a(t,X_t) \, dt + b(t, X_t) \, dW_t, \quad t \in [0,T]$$ be a stochastic differential equation, where $W$ is an $m$-dimensional Brownian motion, $X_0 = x \in \mathbb{R}^d$, and the ...
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Banach space :space of all adapted processes continuous equipped wih specific norm is complete

Let $\mathbb{B}$ be space of all adapted processes continuous equipped with the norm $\lVert Y\rVert_{\mathbb{B}}^2=E\left[\sup_{t\in [0,T]} |Y_{t}|^{2}\right] < \infty $, ...
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question about conditional probability and $\sigma$-algebra

I have a question: Given a probability space $(\Omega,\mathcal{F},\mathbb{P})$ and two random variables $X$ and $Y$. For a Borel-measurable set $\Gamma$, if there exists a measurable function $g$ ...
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Continuous Square integrable martingale Quadratic Variation

We know that given a continuous square integrable martingale there exists unique (up to indistinguishability) continuous, natural and increasing process which is quadratic variation process of the ...
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Good books on “advanced” stochastic analysis

Any good books suggestion for studding advanced features of stochastic analysis ? Thank's in advance
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Generalization of Doob Dynkin for Stochastic processes

Let $\{X_t\}_{t\geq 0}$ be continuous time stochastic process and $\{\mathcal{F}_t^X\}_{t \geq 0}$ be the filtration generated by it. If the process $Y$ is $\{\mathcal{F}_t^X\}_{t \geq 0}$ adapted, is ...
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Ito Isometry and quadratic variation

Here is a confusion regarding stochastic integrals. Let $Y_t=\int_0^tW_sds$ where $W_t$ is a Brownian Motion. Now $dY_t=W_tdt$. So from this expression one can conclude that $dY_t \cdot ...
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Joint Convergence and Donsker's Theorem

I have a question about joint convergence results derived from an FCLT (i.e., a Functional Central Limit Theorem). To motivate my question, consider the following setup: Let $y_t$ be a random walk ...
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Is continuous L2 bounded local martingale a true martingale?

I can prove it briefly, but I found a "counter" example. (There must be a mistake in the following words...) I can prove: X is a continuous local martingale, with $X_0=0$ a.s, then X is $L_2$ bounded ...
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Clarke Ocone representation formula

Let $(B_t)_{t}$ a Brownian motion and $F \in L^2(\Omega,\mathcal{F}_T,\mathbb{P})$. Then we know by Itô's representation theorem that there exist a process $X$ such that $$F=\mathbb{E}F+\int_0^T X_s ...
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How to show Wiener measure induces basic properties of Brownian motion?

page 19 of http://www.math.tifr.res.in/~publ/ln/tifr64.pdf gives a defintion of Wiener measure Ft1,t2,..,tk. But how can we show it is a probability measure and it satisfies the consistency condition ...
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Martingale Decomposition

Is it possible to decompose a discrete-time martingale $(M_n)$ uniquely into two processes $$M_n=M_n^I+A_n$$ where $(M^I_n)$ is a martingale with independent increments and $(A_n)$ is a martingale? If ...
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Covariance of Gaussian stochastic process

Could someone help me to figure out solutions of following problems?: Let $X = (X_t)_{t \geq 0}$ be a Gaussian, zero-mean stochastic process starting from $0$, i.e. $X_0 = 0$. Moreover, assume that ...
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Confusion regarding Stochastic integral

I've a stupid doubt in the construction of stochastic integral of real scalar valued maps. Many times I've seen in books after the stochastic integral is defined in [$0,T$] for the integrand in $L^2$ ...
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Ito's formula for irregular functions

Let's say we have \begin{align} Y_t=h(t,X_t) \end{align} and for simplicity \begin{align} dX_t=e\,dt+f\,dW_t \end{align} then by Ito's formula we have \begin{align} dY_t=\left(\frac{\partial ...
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Is the expectation $E[\xi U'(\xi)]$ finite?

I encounter the following problem today. It seems a simple question. Let $U$ be a real function from $R^+\rightarrow \bar{R}$ satisfying the following conditions: (1) $U$ is concave, continuous, ...
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Solving SDE's on subsets of $R^n$.

It is well-known (see for instance Oskendal's text) that if $T>0$ and $$b(\cdot,\cdot): [0,T] \times \mathbb{R}^n \rightarrow \mathbb{R}^n~~~~~~\sigma(\cdot,\cdot):[0,T] \times \mathbb{R}^n ...
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basic application of Strong Law of Large Numbers

In $$ \sum_{j=0}^q {q\choose j}{1\over n}\sum_{i=1}^n X_i^j(-\bar X)^{q-j} \quad \overrightarrow{a.s.} \quad \sum_{j=0}^q {q\choose j} \mathbb{E}(X^j) (-\mathbb{E}(X))^{q-j} $$ using the Strong ...