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MATH 542 - Stochastic Processes

Course Description: 

This is an introductory course in stochastic processes. Its purpose is to introduce students into a range of stochastic processes, which are used as modeling tools in diverse field of applications, especially in the business applications. The course introduces the most fundamental ideas in the area of modeling and analysis of real World phenomena in terms of stochastic processes. The course covers different classes of Markov processes: discrete and continuous-time Markov chains, Brownian motion, and diffusion processes. It also presents some aspects of stochastic calculus with emphasis on the application to financial modeling and financial engineering.

Credit: 

(3-0-3)

Prerequisite: 

[(MATH 332 with min. grade of C) OR (MATH 333 with min. grade of C)] AND [(MATH 475 with min. grade of C)]

Corequisite: 

None

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