Volatile volatilities

When pricing exotic interest rate derivatives, calibration of model parameters to vanilla cap or swaption prices can be especially time-consuming, especially if stochastic volatility is incorporated into the standard Libor market models or low-dimensional Heath-Jarrow-Morton models. Here, Leif Andersen and Jesper Andreasen develop new approximations that give improved speed without a loss in accuracy.

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