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Recall that 1 Φ(t, ψ˜ǫ ) − Φ(t, ψ) . ǫ→0+ ǫ SΦ(t, ψ) = lim Therefore, we define Sǫ Φ(t, ψ) = 1 Φ(t, ψ˜ǫ ) − Φ(t, ψ) . ǫ It is clear that Sǫ Φ is an approximation of SΦ. Let C 1,2 ([0, T ]×C) be the space of continuous functions Φ : [0, T ]×C → ℜ that are continuously differentiable with respect its first variable t ∈ [0, T ] and twice continuously Fr´echet differentiable with respect to its second variable 18 Introduction and Summary ψ ∈ C. 26) and lim ∆2ǫ Φ(t, ψ)(φ + v1{0} ) = D2 Φ(t, ψ)(φ + v1{0} , ϕ + w1{0} ).

1). The the pricing function for the European option is the unique viscosity solution of the following infinite-dimensional Black-Scholes equation: ∂t V + AV − αV = 0. 7 of Chapter 6. The reward function Ψ : C → ℜ+ considered here includes the standard call/put option that has been traded in option exchanges around the world. Standard Options The payoff function for the standard call option is given by Ψ (Ss ) = max{S(s)− q, 0}, where S(s) is the stock price at time s and q > 0 is the strike price of the standard call option.

1, we let U (N ) [0, T ] be the class of continuous-time admissible control process u ¯(·) = {¯ u(s), s ∈ [0, T ]}, where for each s ∈ [0, T ], u ¯(s) = u ¯(⌊s⌋N ) is F(⌊s⌋N )-measurable and takes only finite different values in U . Given an one-step Markov transition functions p(N ) : (S(N ) )N +1 × U × (N ) N +1 (S ) → [0, 1], where p(N ) (x, u; y) shall be interpreted as the probability that the ζ(k+1)h = y ∈ (S(N) )N +1 given that ζkh = x and u(kh) = u, where h = h(N ) . We define a sequence of controlled Markov chains associated with the initial segment ψ and u ¯(·) ∈ U (N ) [0, T ] as a sequence {ζ (N ) (·)}∞ N =1 of (N ) processes such that ζ (·) is a S(N ) -valued discrete chain of degree N defined on the same filtered probability space (Ω, F, P, F) as u(N ) (·), provided the following conditions are satisfied: (i) Initial Condition: ζ(−kh) = ψ(−kh) ∈ S(N ) for k = −N, .

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