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Large Deviations and Overflow Probabilities for the General SingleServer Queue, With Applications
, 1994
"... We consider from a thermodynamic viewpoint queueing systems where the workload process is assumed to have an associated large deviation principle with arbitrary scaling: there exist increasing scaling functions (a t ; v t ; t 2 R+ ) and a rate function I such that if (W t ; t 2 R+ ) denotes the wo ..."
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We consider from a thermodynamic viewpoint queueing systems where the workload process is assumed to have an associated large deviation principle with arbitrary scaling: there exist increasing scaling functions (a t ; v t ; t 2 R+ ) and a rate function I such that if (W t ; t 2 R+ ) denotes the workload process, then lim t!1 v \Gamma1 t log P (W t =a t ? w) = \GammaI (w) on the continuity set of I . In the case that a t = v t = t it has been argued heuristically, and recently proved in a fairly general context (for discrete time models) by Glynn and Whitt [8], that the queuelength distribution (that is, the distribution of supremum of the workload process Q = sup t0 W t ) decays exponentially: P (Q ? b) ¸ e \Gammaffib and the decay rate ffi is directly related to the rate function I . We establish conditions for a more general result to hold, where the scaling functions are not necessarily linear in t: we find that the queuelength distribution has an exponential tail only if l...
Stochastic Volatility for Lévy Processes
, 2001
"... Three processes re°ecting persistence of volatility are initially formulated by evaluating three L¶evy processes at a time change given by the integral of a mean reverting square root process. The model for the mean reverting time change is then generalized to include NonGaussian models that are so ..."
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Three processes re°ecting persistence of volatility are initially formulated by evaluating three L¶evy processes at a time change given by the integral of a mean reverting square root process. The model for the mean reverting time change is then generalized to include NonGaussian models that are solutions to OU (OrnsteinUhlenbeck) equations driven by one sided discontinuous L¶evy processes permitting correlation with the stock. Positive stock price processes are obtained by exponentiating and mean correcting these processes, or alternatively by stochastically exponentiating these processes. The characteristic functions for the log price can be used to yield option prices via the fast Fourier transform. In general, mean corrected exponentiation performs better than employing the stochastic exponential. It is observed that the mean corrected exponential model is not a martingale in the ¯ltration in which it is originally de¯ned. This leads us to formulate and investigate the important property of martingale marginals where we seek martingales in altered ¯ltrations consistent with the one dimensional marginal distributions of the level of the process at each future date. 1
On The Contour Of Random Trees
 SIAM J. Discrete Math
"... Two stochastic processes describing the contour of simply generated random trees are studied: the contour process as defined by Gutjahr and Pflug [9] and the traverse process constructed of the node heights during preorder traversal of the tree. Using multivariate generating functions and singulari ..."
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Two stochastic processes describing the contour of simply generated random trees are studied: the contour process as defined by Gutjahr and Pflug [9] and the traverse process constructed of the node heights during preorder traversal of the tree. Using multivariate generating functions and singularity analysis the weak convergence of the contour process to Brownian excursion is shown and a new proof of the analogous result for the traverse process is obtained. 1.
Probability laws related to the Jacobi theta and Riemann zeta functions, and the Brownian excursions
 Bulletin (New series) of the American Mathematical Society
"... Abstract. This paper reviews known results which connect Riemann’s integral representations of his zeta function, involving Jacobi’s theta function and its derivatives, to some particular probability laws governing sums of independent exponential variables. These laws are related to onedimensional ..."
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Abstract. This paper reviews known results which connect Riemann’s integral representations of his zeta function, involving Jacobi’s theta function and its derivatives, to some particular probability laws governing sums of independent exponential variables. These laws are related to onedimensional Brownian motion and to higher dimensional Bessel processes. We present some characterizations of these probability laws, and some approximations of Riemann’s zeta function which are related to these laws. Contents
A Survey and Some Generalizations of Bessel Processes
 Bernoulli
, 1999
"... Bessel processes play an important role in financial mathematics because of their strong relation to financial processes like geometric Brownian motion or CIR processes. We are interested in the first time Bessel processes and more generally, radial OrnsteinUhlenbeck processes hit a given barrier. ..."
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Bessel processes play an important role in financial mathematics because of their strong relation to financial processes like geometric Brownian motion or CIR processes. We are interested in the first time Bessel processes and more generally, radial OrnsteinUhlenbeck processes hit a given barrier. We give explicit expressions of the Laplace transforms of first hitting times by (squared) radial OrnsteinUhlenbeck processes, i. e., CIR processes. As a natural extension we study squared Bessel processes and squared OrnsteinUhlenbeck processes with negative dimensions or negative starting points and derive their properties. Keywords: First hitting times; CIR processes; Bessel processes; radial Ornstein Uhlenbeck processes; Bessel processes with negative dimensions 1 Introduction Bessel processes have come to play a distinguished role in financial mathematics for at least two reasons, which have a lot to do with the models being usually considered. One of these models is the CoxI...
Infinitely Divisible Laws Associated With Hyperbolic Functions
, 2000
"... The infinitely divisible distributions on R + of random variables C t , S t and T t with Laplace transforms ` 1 cosh p 2 ' t ; / p 2 sinh p 2 ! t ; and / tanh p 2 p 2 ! t respectively are characterized for various t ? 0 in a number of different ways: by simple relations bet ..."
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The infinitely divisible distributions on R + of random variables C t , S t and T t with Laplace transforms ` 1 cosh p 2 ' t ; / p 2 sinh p 2 ! t ; and / tanh p 2 p 2 ! t respectively are characterized for various t ? 0 in a number of different ways: by simple relations between their moments and cumulants, by corresponding relations between the distributions and their L'evy measures, by recursions for their Mellin transforms, and by differential equations satisfied by their Laplace transforms. Some of these results are interpreted probabilistically via known appearances of these distributions for t = 1 or 2 in the description of the laws of various functionals of Brownian motion and Bessel processes, such as the heights and lengths of excursions of a onedimensional Brownian motion. The distributions of C¹ and S³ are also known to appear in the Mellin representations of two important functions in analytic number theory, the Riemann zeta function and ...
Excursion decompositions for SLE and Watts’ crossing formula
, 2004
"... It is known that SchrammLoewner Evolutions (SLEs) have a.s. frontier points if κ> 4 and a.s. cutpoints if 4 < κ < 8. If κ> 4, an appropriate version of SLE(κ) has a renewal property: it starts afresh after visiting its frontier. Thus one can give an excursion decomposition for this particular SLE(κ ..."
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It is known that SchrammLoewner Evolutions (SLEs) have a.s. frontier points if κ> 4 and a.s. cutpoints if 4 < κ < 8. If κ> 4, an appropriate version of SLE(κ) has a renewal property: it starts afresh after visiting its frontier. Thus one can give an excursion decomposition for this particular SLE(κ) “away from its frontier”. For 4 < κ < 8, there is a twosided analogue of this situation: a particular version of SLE(κ) has a renewal property w.r.t its cutpoints; one studies excursion decompositions of this SLE “away from its cutpoints”. For κ = 6, this overlaps Virág’s results on “Brownian beads”. As a byproduct of this construction, one proves Watts ’ formula, which describes the probability of a double crossing in a rectangle for critical plane percolation. SchrammLoewner Evolutions (SLEs) are a family of growth processes in simply connected plane domains. Their conformal invariance properties make them natural candidates to describe the scaling limit of critical plane systems,
LIMITING LAWS ASSOCIATED WITH BROWNIAN MOTION PERTURBED BY NORMALIZED EXPONENTIAL WEIGHTS, I
, 2008
"... Let (Bt; t ≥ 0) be a one dimensional Brownian motion, with local time process (Lx t; t ≥ 0, x ∈ R). We determine the rate of decay of Z V [ { t (x): = Ex exp − 1 L ..."
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Let (Bt; t ≥ 0) be a one dimensional Brownian motion, with local time process (Lx t; t ≥ 0, x ∈ R). We determine the rate of decay of Z V [ { t (x): = Ex exp − 1 L
On the Browniandirected polymer in a Gaussian random environment
 J. Funct. Anal
, 2005
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Two coalescents derived from the ranges of stable subordinators
 Electron. J. Probab
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