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In this chapter, we construct stochastic model for energy spot price by using e of Ordinary Least Square Regression Model. At this point, it is imperative to discuss seasonality, which is a commonly observed characteristic in energy markets. In order to assess whether there is actually an underlying pattern prevailing in the return an autocorrelation test can be easily carried out for verification. As explained in [10], the evidence of high autocorrelation manifests an underlying seasonality. On

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The oceans play an important role in the climate system owing to the interannual and longer timescale variability in sea surface temperature (SST). Hasselmann (1976) proposed that this climate variability could be represented by a stochastic first order auto-regressive process (AR1-process) and should be considered as the null hypothesis for extra-tropical sea surface temperature anomalies (SSTA). According to this concept, SSTAs quickly responds to the atmospheric heat fluxes at short time period

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Nowadays there are two main mathematical approaches, as described in [3]. The first one is deterministic model which is based on differential equations and is suited for large networks, for instance, global Internet network. Another approach is stochastic model that employ Markov chains and diffusion processes. This method suits better small local computer networks and in my work I will focused mainly on this approach. In words, Markov chain is the sequence of random events with a finite or countable

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My knees crack walking up and down the stairs. Where has the time gone, and why don’t I feel like a kid anymore? Aging is a part of life not everyone wants to accept. There are many theories on aging and I would like to focus on the Stochastic Theory. The Stochastic Theory is “based on random events that cause cellular damage that accumulates as the organism ages” (Grossman, S. & Lange, J., 2018, p. 55). Within this theory there are four categories but I am only going to focus on two: Wear and tear

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The density forecast of a random variable is an estimation based on the past observed data. This is a symmetric interval prediction which means that the outcomes will fall into an interval that is a band of plus/minus a fixed times of standard errors. The estimation provides a probability distribution of all possible future values of that variable. Over the past decades, the price density forecast has been widely used to study microeconomic and financial issues. Forecasting the future development

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firstly the deterministic model and then the stochastic model. [23]A deterministic model is used in a situation where the result can be established straightforwardly from a series of conditions. It has no stochastic elements and both the input and the outputs are determined conclusively. On the other hand a stochastic model is one where the cause and effect relationship is stochastically or randomly determined. Therefore the system having stochastic element is generally not solved analytically

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4 Online learning: Stochastic Approximation Estimating the mixing density of a mixture distribution remains an interesting problem in the statistics literature. Stochastic approximation (SA) provides a fast recursive way for numerically maximizing a function under measurement error. Using suitably chosen weight/step-size the stochastic approximation algorithm converges to the true solution, which can be adapted to estimate the components of the mixing distribution from a mixture, in the form of recursively

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Financial Derivatives Understanding the Stock Pricing Model 22M:303:002 Understanding the Stock Pricing Model 22M:303:002 Wiener Process Ito 's Lemma Derivation of Black-Scholes Stock Pricing Model Solving Black-Scholes Recall our stochastic dierential equation to model stock prices: dS = σ dX + µ dt S where µ is known as the asset 's drift , a measure of the average rate of growth of the asset price, σ is the volatility of the stock, it measures the standard deviation of an

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models and recommend the more suitable ones. 6.1 Signalized Intersection Models Three queue-delay models for signalized intersection were described in the previous section namely the deterministic model, shock-wave delay model and the steady-state stochastic model. F. Dion et al. (2004) presents a comparison of the different models for signalized intersections. The paper followed a simple example of an intersection to develop the comparison. A single-lane approach with a 60 s cycle length and 30 s effective

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