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Microscopic and Kinetic Models in Financial Markets

Maldarella, Dario (2013) Microscopic and Kinetic Models in Financial Markets. Tesi di Dottorato , Università degli Studi di Ferrara.

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    The aim of this PHD thesis is to rewiew some of the more influential models of multi-agent interactive systems in financial markets and to present a new kinetic approach to the description of etherogeneous systems, where different populations of agents are involved and interact each others. In the first chapter, we present the Levy-Levy-Solomon model and The Lux-Marchesi model as mi- crospic models. In the second chapter staring from the microsopic description we derive kinetics model for both Levy-Levy solomon and Lux-Marchesi models, furthermore through the introduction ok Fokker-Plank appoximation models, we are able yo illustrate some analitycal results and numerical simulations. In the third chapter we present a more realistic whic generalize the works of chapter two. For such model, starting from a mesoscopic decription an hydrodynamic model is derived and analytical and numerical results are provided. We leave as appendix A and B full details of some technical proofs of the second chapter, in order to let it more readable. Appendix C contains a pub- blication in the Esaim Proceedings where I’m co-author. It was the results of the CEMRACS summer school held in Marseille in the August 2010. Here a spatial coupling of an asymptotic preserving scheme with the asymptotic limit model, associated to a singularly perturbed, highly anisotropic, elliptic problem is investigated and compared with the numerical discretization of the initial singular perturbation model or the purely asymptotic preserving scheme.

    Tipologia del documento:Tesi di Dottorato (Tesi di Dottorato)
    Data:15 Marzo 2013
    Relatore:Pareschi, Lorenzo
    Coordinatore ciclo:Ruggiero, Valeria
    Istituzione:Università degli Studi di Ferrara
    Struttura:Dipartimento > Matematica e Informatica
    Soggetti:Area 01 - Scienze matematiche e informatiche > MAT/08 Analisi numerica
    Parole chiave:Kinetic equation, Fokker-Plank, Agent based Model
    Numero identificativo:10.5072//828
    Depositato il:22 Giu 2015 08:36


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