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An ACD-ECOGARCH(1,1) Model

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In this paper we introduce an ACD-ECOGARCH(1,1) model. An exponential autoregressive conditional duration model is used to describe the dependence structure in durations of ultra-high-frequency financial data. The innovation process of the ACD model then defines the interarrival times of a compound Poisson process. We use this compound Poisson p...

In this paper we introduce an ACD-ECOGARCH(1,1) model. An exponential autoregressive conditional duration model is used to describe the dependence structure in durations of ultra-high-frequency financial data. The innovation process of the ACD model then defines the interarrival times of a compound Poisson process. We use this compound Poisson process as the background driving Lévy process of an exponential continuous time GARCH(1,1) process. The dynamics of the random time transformed log-price process are then described by the latter process. To estimate its parameters we construct a quasi maximum likelihood estimator under the assumption that all jumps of the log-price process are observable. Finally, the model is fitted for illustrative purpose to General Motors tick-by-tick data of the New York Stock Exchange. Copyright The Author 2009. Published by Oxford University Press. All rights reserved. For Permissions, please e-mail: journals.permissions@oupjournals.org, Oxford University Press. Minimize

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MULTIVARIATE ECOGARCH PROCESSES

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A multivariate extension of the exponential continuous time GARCH(p,q) model (ECOGARCH) is introduced and studied. Stationarity and mixing properties of the new stochastic volatility model are investigated and ways to model a component-wise leverage effect are presented.

A multivariate extension of the exponential continuous time GARCH(p,q) model (ECOGARCH) is introduced and studied. Stationarity and mixing properties of the new stochastic volatility model are investigated and ways to model a component-wise leverage effect are presented. Minimize

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2010-12-23

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http://www-m4.ma.tum.de/Papers/Haug/HaugStelzer2009.pdf

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Mixed effect model for absolute log returns of ultra high frequency data

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this paper given the past information G t i-1 = #(S t j , d t j ; j 1) and current duration d t i = t i t i-1 . Since the duration process is a stochastic process itself one also needs a model for this regularly spaced (measured in tick time) time series. A popular model for the durations given the past information, called Autoregressive Conditi...

this paper given the past information G t i-1 = #(S t j , d t j ; j 1) and current duration d t i = t i t i-1 . Since the duration process is a stochastic process itself one also needs a model for this regularly spaced (measured in tick time) time series. A popular model for the durations given the past information, called Autoregressive Conditional Duration (ACD) model, has been proposed by Engle and Russell (1997). There are a number of modifications of the ACD model, which are described for example in Bauwens et al. (2004) Minimize

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2009-04-19

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ultra high frequency ; CARMA ; mixed effect model ; state space ; Kalman filter

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An Exponential Continuous Time Garch Process

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In this paper we introduce an exponential continuous time GARCH(p, q) process. It is defined in such a way that it is a continuous time extension of the discrete time EGARCH(p, q) process. We investigate stationarity and moment properties of the new model. An instantaneous leverage e#ect can be shown for the exponential continuous time GARCH(p, ...

In this paper we introduce an exponential continuous time GARCH(p, q) process. It is defined in such a way that it is a continuous time extension of the discrete time EGARCH(p, q) process. We investigate stationarity and moment properties of the new model. An instantaneous leverage e#ect can be shown for the exponential continuous time GARCH(p, p) model. Minimize

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2009-04-19

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http://www-m4.ma.tum.de/m4/Papers/Haug/ecogarch.pdf

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exponential continuous time GARCH process ; EGARCH ; Lévy process ; stationarity ; stochastic volatility

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A Fractionally Integrated Ecogarch Process

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In this paper we introduce a fractionally integrated exponential continuous time GARCH(p, d, q) process. It is defined in such a way that it is a continuous time extension of the discrete time FIEGARCH(p, d, q) process. We investigate stationarity and moment properties of the new model. It is also shown that the long memory e#ect introduced in t...

In this paper we introduce a fractionally integrated exponential continuous time GARCH(p, d, q) process. It is defined in such a way that it is a continuous time extension of the discrete time FIEGARCH(p, d, q) process. We investigate stationarity and moment properties of the new model. It is also shown that the long memory e#ect introduced in the log-volatility propagates to the volatility process. Minimize

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2009-04-19

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fractionally integrated ECOGARCH process ; long memory ; Lévy process ; stationarity ; stochastic volatility

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First published in J. Appl. Probab. 44 (4) c○2007 by The Applied Probability Trust AN EXPONENTIAL CONTINUOUS TIME GARCH PROCESS

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In this paper we introduce an exponential continuous time GARCH(p,q) process. It is defined in such a way that it is a continuous time extension of the discrete time EGARCH(p,q) process. We investigate stationarity, mixing and moment properties of the new model. An instantaneous leverage effect can be shown for the exponential continuous time GA...

In this paper we introduce an exponential continuous time GARCH(p,q) process. It is defined in such a way that it is a continuous time extension of the discrete time EGARCH(p,q) process. We investigate stationarity, mixing and moment properties of the new model. An instantaneous leverage effect can be shown for the exponential continuous time GARCH(p,p) model. Minimize

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2009-11-19

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http://www-m4.ma.tum.de/pers/haug/ecogarch.pdf

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exponential continuous time GARCH process ; EGARCH ; Lévy process ; stationarity ; stochastic volatility

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A FRACTIONALLY INTEGRATED ECOGARCH PROCESS

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In this paper we introduce a fractionally integrated exponential continuous time GARCH(p,d, q) process. It is defined in such a way that it is a continuous time extension of the discrete time FIEGARCH(p,d, q) process. We investigate stationarity and moment properties of the new model. It is also shown that the long memory effect introduced in th...

In this paper we introduce a fractionally integrated exponential continuous time GARCH(p,d, q) process. It is defined in such a way that it is a continuous time extension of the discrete time FIEGARCH(p,d, q) process. We investigate stationarity and moment properties of the new model. It is also shown that the long memory effect introduced in the log-volatility propagates to the volatility process. Minimize

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2010-12-23

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http://www-m4.ma.tum.de/pers/haug/HaugCzado2007.pdf

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fractionally integrated ECOGARCH process ; long memory ; Lévy process ; stationarity ; stochastic volatility

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Appl. Stochastic Models Bus. Ind., 2006; 22:243-267

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This is a preprint of an article accepted for publication in

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2008-07-01

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http://www-m4.mathematik.tu-muenchen.de/m4/Papers/Haug/paper440.pdf

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ultra high frequency ; CARMA ; mixed effect model ; state space ; Kalman filter

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Statistical Models and Methods for Dependence in Insurance Data

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Abstract Copulas are becoming a quite flexible tool in modeling dependence among the components of a multivariate vector. In order to predict extreme losses in insurance and finance, extreme value copulas and tail copulas play a more important role than copulas. In this paper, we review some estimation and testing procedures for both extreme val...

Abstract Copulas are becoming a quite flexible tool in modeling dependence among the components of a multivariate vector. In order to predict extreme losses in insurance and finance, extreme value copulas and tail copulas play a more important role than copulas. In this paper, we review some estimation and testing procedures for both extreme value copulas and tail copulas, which received much less attention in the literature than corresponding studies of copulas. Minimize

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2011-03-30

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http://www-m4.ma.tum.de/Papers/Klueppelberg/HKP2010.pdf

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tail copula

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A Dynamic Model and System-Theoretic Analysis of Affect based on a Piecewise Linear System

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to model transitions of affect. Parameters of the model are identified based on a psychological experiment. The PL system describes affective reactions of humans to an external affective stimulus depending on the previous affective state. Results of the statistical analysis support that the previous affective state influences significantly the c...

to model transitions of affect. Parameters of the model are identified based on a psychological experiment. The PL system describes affective reactions of humans to an external affective stimulus depending on the previous affective state. Results of the statistical analysis support that the previous affective state influences significantly the current affective state. Evaluation of the model shows that it is suitable as mathematical representation for the development of affect over time under the influence of an external stimulus. A following system-theoretic analysis of the model reveals that the PL system shows complex dynamic characteristics. It suggests that internal affective fluctuations exist. I. Minimize

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2011-06-05

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http://www.lsr.ei.tum.de/fileadmin/publications/kuehnlenz/karg_2009roman.pdf

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