Stochastic Calculus (Fall 2012)

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This is based on a Stochastic Calculus course taught in Fall 2012 by Gautam Iyer. Ryan Murray adapted his real time LaTeX notes into this Wiki.

  • Course Outline and References.
  • Lecture 1: Stochastic Processes, Filtrations and Stopping Times.
  • Lecture 2: Martingales in Continuous Time.
  • Lecture 3: Optional Sampling Theorem.
  • Lecture 4: Construction of Quadratic Variation
  • Lecture 5: Further development of Quadratic Variation
  • Lecture 6: Construction of Brownian Motion
  • Lecture 7: A Better Construction of Brownian Motion
  • Lecture 8: The Ito Integrals: Ito Isometry.
  • Lecture 9: Approximation by Simple Processes, quadratic variation, and Martingale Characterization.
  • Lecture 10: Ito's Formula, and Levy's criterion.
  • Lecture 11: The Proof of Ito's Formula, and an application to exit times.
  • Lecture 12: Martingale and Ito representation theorems
  • Lecture 13: Martingale and Ito representation theorems (continued)
  • Lecture 14: Markov and Strong Markov property for Brownian Motion.
  • Lecture 15: Reflection principle, passage time densities of Brownian motion.
  • Lecture 16: Running maximum of Brownian Motion, and the law of iterated logarithm.
  • Lecture 17: Girsanov Theorem
  • Lecture 18: Passage times of Brownian Motion with drift, and regularity of exponential martingales.
  • Lecture 19: SDE's: Strong solutions
  • Lecture 20: SDE's: Weak solutions
  • Lecture 21: Diffusions: Strong Markov Property.
  • Lecture 22: Dynkin's formula, Generators, and Recurrence of Brownian Motion.
  • Lecture 23: Kolmogorov Equations, Feynman Kac formula.
  • Lecture 24: Dirichlet-Poisson problem in Bounded Domains.

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