The Journal of Computational Finance is an international peer-reviewed journal dedicated to advancing knowledge in the area of financial mathematics. The journal is focused on the measurement, management and analysis of financial risk, and provides detailed insight into numerical and computational techniques in the pricing, hedging and risk management of financial instruments.
The journal welcomes papers dealing with innovative computational techniques in the following areas:
- Numerical solutions of pricing equations: finite differences, finite elements, and spectral techniques in one and multiple dimensions.
- Simulation approaches in pricing and risk management: advances in Monte Carlo and quasi-Monte Carlo methodologies; new strategies for market factors simulation.
- Optimization techniques in hedging and risk management.
- Fundamental numerical analysis relevant to finance: effect of boundary treatments on accuracy; new discretization of time-series analysis.
- Developments in free-boundary problems in finance: alternative ways and numerical implications in American option pricing.
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In this paper, the authors construct a Heath-Platen-type Monte Carlo estimator that performs extraordinarily well compared with the crude Monte Carlo estimation.
This paper's aim is twofold: to introduce a mathematical framework that is sufficiently general and sound to cover the main areas of model risk, and to illustrate how a practitioner can identify the relevant abstract concepts and put them to work.
In this paper the authors evaluate the performance of different approaches for estimating quantiles of compound distributions, which are widely used for risk quantification in the banking and insurance industries.
In this paper, the authors propose improvements to the approach of Ramírez-Espinoza and Ehrhardt (2013) for option-pricing PDEs formulated in the conservative form.
This paper extends Gatheral and Jacquier’s surface stochastic volatility-inspired (SSVI) parameterization by making the correlation maturity dependent and obtaining the necessary and sufficient conditions for no calendar-spread arbitrage.
Yield curve fitting with artificial intelligence: a comparison of standard fitting methods with artificial intelligence algorithms
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Fast stochastic forward sensitivities in Monte Carlo simulations using stochastic automatic differentiation (with applications to initial margin valuation adjustments)
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In this paper, the authors construct strategies for an American option portfolio by exercising options at optimal timings with optimal weights determined concurrently.
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Vibrato and automatic differentiation for high-order derivatives and sensitivities of financial options
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In this paper, the authors present a new approach to bounding financial derivative prices in regime-switching market models from both above and below.
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This paper investigates two new strategies for the numerical solution of optimal stopping problems in the regression Monte Carlo (RMC) framework.
This paper develops efficient importance sampling schemes for a class of jump–diffusion processes that are commonly used for modeling stock prices.