Source: J. Appl. Probab.
Volume 45, Number 1
Weak local linear approximations have played a prominent role in
the construction of effective inference methods and numerical
integrators for stochastic differential equations. In this note
two weak local linear approximations for stochastic differential
equations with jumps are introduced as a generalization of
previous ones. Their respective order of convergence is obtained
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