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CiteULike About this book In recent years, Fourier transform methods have emerged as one of the major methodologies for the evaluation of derivative contracts, largely due to the need to strike a balance between the extension of existing pricing models beyond the traditional Black - Scholes setting and a need to evaluate prices consistently with the market quotes. Fourier Transform Methods in Finance is a practical and accessible guide to pricing financial instruments using Fourier transform. Written by an experienced team of practitioners and academics, it covers Fourier pricing methods; the dynamics of asset prices; non stationary market dynamics; arbitrage free pricing; generalized functions and the Fourier transform method. Readers will learn how to: compute the Hilbert transform of the pricing kernel under a Fast Fourier Transform FFT technique characterise the price dynamics on a market in terms of the characteristic function, allowing for both diffusive processes and jumps apply the concept of characteristic function to non-stationary processes, in particular in the presence of stochastic volatility and more generally time change techniques perform a change of measure on the characteristic function in order to make the price process a martingale recover a general representation of the pricing kernel of the economy in terms of Hilbert transform using the theory of generalised functions apply the pricing formula to the most famous pricing models, with stochastic volatility and jumps. Junior and senior practitioners alike will benefit from this quick reference guide to state of the art models and market calibration techniques. Not only will it enable them to write an algorithm for option pricing using the most advanced models, calibrate a pricing model on options data, and extract the implied probability distribution in market data, they will also understand the most advanced models and techniques and discover how these techniques have been adjusted for applications in finance. Prior to this he was head of Market Risk Methodologies at Prometeia and acted as Principal at Polyhedron Computational Finance, a Florence-based consulting company in mathematical models for financial firms and software companies. He also lectures at the University of Bologna in computational finance for undergraduates and runs courses in computational finance at the Bank of Italy.

Each chapter is self-contained and can be read independently Content grew from a series of half-semester courses given at University of Oulu Contains material only previously published in scientific journals Useful to both students and researchers who have applications in mathematical physics and engineering sciences see more benefits.

download eBook. download Hardcover. download Softcover. FAQ Policy. About this Textbook This text serves as an introduction to the modern theory of analysis and differential equations with applications in mathematical physics and engineering sciences. The first part, Fourier Series and the Discrete Fourier Transform, is devoted to the classical one-dimensional trigonometric Fourier series with some applications to PDEs and signal processing.

The second part, Fourier Transform and Distributions, is concerned with distribution theory of L.

The third part, Operator Theory and Integral Equations, is devoted mostly to the self-adjoint but unbounded operators in Hilbert spaces and their applications to integral equations in such spaces. The fourth and final part, Introduction to Partial Differential Equations, serves as an introduction to modern methods for classical theory of partial differential equations.

Complete with nearly exercises throughout, this text is intended for graduate level students and researchers in the mathematical sciences and engineering. Show all. Uniqueness of the Fourier Series. Enquiries concerning reproduction outside those terms should be sent to the publishers.

The publisher makes no representation, express or implied, with regard to the accuracy of the information contained in this book and cannot accept any legal responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions that may be made. It will also be very useful for students of engineering and the physical sciences for whom Laplace Transforms continue to be an extremely useful tool. The book demands no more than an elementary knowledge of calculus and linear algebra of the type found in many first year mathematics modules for applied subjects.

For mathematics majors and specialists, it is not the mathematics that will be challenging but the applications to the real world. The author is in the privileged position of having spent ten or so years outside mathematics in an engineering environment where the Laplace Transform is used in anger to solve real problems, as well as spending rather more years within mathematics where accuracy and logic are of primary importance.

This book is written unashamedly from the point of view of the applied mathematician.

The Laplace Transform has a rather strange place in mathematics. There is no doubt that it is a topic worthy of study by applied mathematicians who have one eye on the wealth of applications; indeed it is often called Operational Calculus. However, because it can be thought of as specialist, it is often absent from the core of mathematics degrees, turning up as a topic in the second half of the second year when it comes in handy as a tool for solving certain breeds of differential equation.

On the other hand, students of engineering particularly the electrical and control variety often meet Laplace Transforms early in the first year and use them to solve engineering problems.

These students are not expected to understand the theoretical basis of Laplace Transforms. What I have attempted here is a mathematical look at the Laplace Transform that demands no more of the reader than a knowledge of elementary calculus. The Laplace Transform is seen in its typical guise as a handy tool for solving practical mathematical problems but, in addition, it is also seen as a particularly good vehicle for exhibiting fundamental ideas such as a mapping, linearity, an operator, a kernel and an image.

These basic principals are covered vii viii in the first three chapters of the book.

Alongside the Laplace Thansform, we develop the notion of Fourier series from first principals. Again no more than a working knowledge of trigonometry and elementary calculus is required from the student.

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