publication . Other literature type . Article . 2012

Card counting in continuous time

Patrik Andersson;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Mar 2012
  • Publisher: Applied Probability Trust
This thesis consists of four papers on applications of stochastic processes. In Paper I we study an open population SIS (Susceptible - Infective - Susceptible) stochastic epidemic model from the time of introduction of the disease, through a possible outbreak and to extinction. The analysis uses coupling arguments and diffusion approximations. In Paper II we propose a model describing an economy where companies may default due to contagion. The features of the model are analyzed using diffusion approximations. We show that the model can reproduce oscillations in the default rates similar to what has been observed empirically. In Paper III we consider the problem...
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