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On Simpson's rule and fractional Brownian motion with H = 1/10  [PDF]
Daniel Harnett,David Nualart
Mathematics , 2013, DOI: 10.1007/s10959-014-0552-1
Abstract: We consider stochastic integration with respect to fractional Brownian motion (fBm) with $H < 1/2$. The integral is constructed as the limit, where it exists, of a sequence of Riemann sums. A theorem by Gradinaru, Nourdin, Russo & Vallois (2005) holds that a sequence of Simpson's rule Riemann sums converges in probability for a sufficiently smooth integrand $f$ and when the stochastic process is fBm with $H > 1/10$. For the case $H = 1/10$, we prove that the sequence of sums converges in distribution. Consequently, we have an It\^o-like formula for the resulting stochastic integral. The convergence in distribution follows from a Malliavin calculus theorem that first appeared in Nourdin and Nualart (2010).
The Multiparameter Fractional Brownian Motion  [PDF]
Erick Herbin,Ely Merzbach
Mathematics , 2006,
Abstract: We define and study the multiparameter fractional Brownian motion. This process is a generalization of both the classical fractional Brownian motion and the multiparameter Brownian motion, when the condition of independence is relaxed. Relations with the L\'evy fractional Brownian motion and with the fractional Brownian sheet are discussed. Different notions of stationarity of the increments for a multiparameter process are studied and applied to the fractional property. Using self-similarity we present a characterization for such processes. Finally, behavior of the multiparameter fractional Brownian motion along increasing paths is analysed.
Fractional Brownian Motion and the Fractional Stochastic Calculus  [PDF]
Benjamin McGonegal
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: This paper begins by giving an historical context to fractional Brownian Motion and its development. Section 2 then introduces the fractional calculus, from the Riemann-Liouville perspective. In Section 3, we introduce Brownian motion and its properties, which is the framework for deriving the It\^o integral. In Section 4 we finally introduce the It\^o calculus and discuss the derivation of the It\^o integral. Section 4.1 continues the discussion about the It\^o calculus by introducing the It\^o formula, which is the analogue to the chain rule in classical calculus. In Section 5 we present our formal definition of fBm and derive some of its properties that give motivation for the development of a stochastic calculus with respect to fBm. Finally, in Section 6 we define and characterize a stochastic integral with respect to fBm from a pathwise perspective.
Fluctuations of the power variation of fractional Brownian motion in Brownian time  [PDF]
Raghid Zeineddine
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: We study the fluctuations of the power variation of fractional Brownian motion in Brownian time
Convergence to Weighted Fractional Brownian Sheets  [PDF]
Johanna Garzón
Mathematics , 2008,
Abstract: We define weighted fractional Brownian sheets, which are a class of Gaussian random fields with four parameters that include fractional Brownian sheets as special cases, and we give some of their properties. We show that for certain values of the parameters the weighted fractional Brownian sheets are obtained as limits in law of occupation time fluctuations of a stochastic particle model. In contrast with some known approximations of fractional Brownian sheets which use a kernel in a Volterra type integral representation of fractional Brownian motion with respect to ordinary Brownian motion, our approximation does not make use of a kernel.
Approximations of fractional Brownian motion  [PDF]
Yuqiang Li,Hongshuai Dai
Statistics , 2012, DOI: 10.3150/10-BEJ319
Abstract: Approximations of fractional Brownian motion using Poisson processes whose parameter sets have the same dimensions as the approximated processes have been studied in the literature. In this paper, a special approximation to the one-parameter fractional Brownian motion is constructed using a two-parameter Poisson process. The proof involves the tightness and identification of finite-dimensional distributions.
On the mixed fractional Brownian motion  [PDF]
Mounir Zili
International Journal of Stochastic Analysis , 2006, DOI: 10.1155/jamsa/2006/32435
Abstract: The mixed fractional Brownian motion is used in mathematical finance, in the modelling of some arbitrage-free and complete markets. In this paper, we present some stochastic properties and characteristics of this process, and we study the α-differentiability of its sample paths.
Approximation of fractional Brownian motion by martingales  [PDF]
Sergiy Shklyar,Georgiy Shevchenko,Yuliya Mishura,Vadym Doroshenko,Oksana Banna
Mathematics , 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s11009-012-9313-8
Abstract: We study the problem of optimal approximation of a fractional Brownian motion by martingales. We prove that there exist a unique martingale closest to fractional Brownian motion in a specific sense. It shown that this martingale has a specific form. Numerical results concerning the approximation problem are given.
Fractional Brownian motion in a nutshell  [PDF]
Georgiy Shevchenko
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: This is an extended version of the lecture notes to a mini-course devoted to fractional Brownian motion and delivered to the participants of 7th Jagna International Workshop.
Fractional Brownian fields, duality, and martingales  [PDF]
Vladimir Dobri?,Francisco M. Ojeda
Mathematics , 2006, DOI: 10.1214/074921706000000770
Abstract: In this paper the whole family of fractional Brownian motions is constructed as a single Gaussian field indexed by time and the Hurst index simultaneously. The field has a simple covariance structure and it is related to two generalizations of fractional Brownian motion known as multifractional Brownian motions. A mistake common to the existing literature regarding multifractional Brownian motions is pointed out and corrected. The Gaussian field, due to inherited ``duality'', reveals a new way of constructing martingales associated with the odd and even part of a fractional Brownian motion and therefore of the fractional Brownian motion. The existence of those martingales and their stochastic representations is the first step to the study of natural wavelet expansions associated to those processes in the spirit of our earlier work on a construction of natural wavelets associated to Gaussian-Markov processes.

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