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2 Examples of Functions There are some important functions that play special roles in our discussion. We will briefly review them. 1 The Exponential Function The infinite sum 1 1 1 1 + 1 + + + ··· + + ··· 2! 3! n! 2 The Logarithmic Function The logarithmic function is defined as the inverse of the exponential function. 12) A practitioner may sometimes work with the logarithm of asset prices. Note that while y is always positive, there is no such restriction on x. Hence, the logarithm of an asset price may extend from minus to plus infinity.
The Girsanov theorem states the conditions under which such risk-adjusted probabilities can be used. The theorem also gives the form of these probability distributions. Further, the notion of martingales is essential to Girsanov theorem, and, consequently, to the understanding of the “risk-neutral” world. Finally, there is the question of how to relate the movements of various quantities to one another over time. In standard calculus, this is done using differential equations. In a random environment, the equivalent concept is a stochastic differential equation (SDE).
Hence, it may appear that the Riemann– Stieltjes integral is a more appropriate tool for dealing with derivative asset prices. However, before coming to such a conclusion, note that all the discussion thus far involved deterministic functions of time. Would the same definitions be valid in a stochastic environment? Can we use the same rectangles to approximate integrals in random environments? Would the choice of the rectangle make a difference? The answer to these questions is, in general, no.