Change of probability measure

August 5, 2015 — August 16, 2016

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🏗 A placeholder for notes on a.e. continuous monotonic changes of measure in order to render a process “simple” in some sense. Something something Martingale something blah blah stochastic calculus.

For a more modern, pragmatic take see, e.g. reparamaterisation.

1 References

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Burgess. 2014. Martingale Measures & Change of Measure Explained.” SSRN Scholarly Paper ID 2961006.
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