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Ornstein Uhlenbeck Mean Reversion Process

Ornstein — Uhlenbeck Process — From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Ornstein–Uhlenbeck process is one of several approaches used to model interest rates, currency exchange rates, and commodity prices stochastically.

The Parameters:

  • W is a Brownian Motion
  • µ represents the equilibrium or long-term mean value.
  • σ represents the degree of volatility around it caused by shocks.




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