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A new general optimal principle of designing explicit finite difference method for valuing derivative securities

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A new general optimal principle of designing explicit finite difference method was obtained. Several applied cases were put forward to explain the uses of the principle. The validity of the principal was tested by a numeric example.

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Synopsis of the first author Peng Jiangping, associate professor, born in April 1967, majoring in financial engineering and management information system.

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Peng, J., Xiong, W., Li, S. et al. A new general optimal principle of designing explicit finite difference method for valuing derivative securities. J Cent. South Univ. Technol. 6, 142–144 (1999). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11771-999-0018-2

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