The First Passage Time of a Stable Process Conditioned to Not Overshoot

Cordero F (2016)
JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL PROBABILITY 29(3): 776-796.

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Consider a stable L,vy process and let , for , denote the first passage time of above the level . In this work, we give an alternative proof of the absolute continuity of the law of and we obtain a new expression for its density function. Our constructive approach provides a new insight into the study of the law of . The random variable , defined as the limit of when the corresponding overshoot tends to , plays an important role in obtaining these results. Moreover, we establish a relation between the random variable and the dual process conditioned to die at . This relation allows us to link the expression of the density function of the law of presented in this paper to the already known results on this topic.
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Cordero F. The First Passage Time of a Stable Process Conditioned to Not Overshoot. JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL PROBABILITY. 2016;29(3):776-796.
Cordero, F. (2016). The First Passage Time of a Stable Process Conditioned to Not Overshoot. JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL PROBABILITY, 29(3), 776-796.
Cordero, F. (2016). The First Passage Time of a Stable Process Conditioned to Not Overshoot. JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL PROBABILITY 29, 776-796.
Cordero, F., 2016. The First Passage Time of a Stable Process Conditioned to Not Overshoot. JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL PROBABILITY, 29(3), p 776-796.
F. Cordero, “The First Passage Time of a Stable Process Conditioned to Not Overshoot”, JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL PROBABILITY, vol. 29, 2016, pp. 776-796.
Cordero, F.: The First Passage Time of a Stable Process Conditioned to Not Overshoot. JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL PROBABILITY. 29, 776-796 (2016).
Cordero, Fernando. “The First Passage Time of a Stable Process Conditioned to Not Overshoot”. JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL PROBABILITY 29.3 (2016): 776-796.
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