By Shigeo Kusuoka, Toru Maruyama
Presents mathematicians with new stimuli from financial theories, and economists with potent mathematical instruments for his or her research
Is released each year lower than the auspices of the examine heart for Mathematical Economics
Presents a uncomplicated expository review of all difficulties below discussion
The sequence is designed to collect these mathematicians who're heavily attracted to getting new not easy stimuli from financial theories with these economists who're looking powerful mathematical instruments for his or her study. loads of financial difficulties should be formulated as limited optimizations and equilibration in their ideas. numerous mathematical theories were providing economists with critical machineries for those difficulties coming up in monetary concept. Conversely, mathematicians were influenced by means of quite a few mathematical problems raised by means of monetary theories.
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So one of questions on these methods is what kinds of systems of functions one has to take to get a good approximation. In the present paper, we will discuss on this problem. Related topics have been discussed by Gobet-Lemor-Warin  and BallyPagés . Let . ; F ; P / be a probability space, M = 1; and fGm gM mD0 be a filtration on . E/ be the set of Borel measurable functions on E: Let pm W E B ! x; / W B ! Œ0; 1 is a probability measure on E for any x 2 E; and pm . ; A/ W E ! Œ0; 1 is B-measurable for any A 2 B: Let x0 2 E and fix it throughout.
Theorem 3. fk /k and f satisfy the same property as in Theorem 2. f // with respect to the closed convergence topology. Remarks. Theorem 1 asserts that if the estimate error on the inverse demand function is small with respect to the local uniform topology, then the estimate error of the preference is also small. g1 ; g2 / D 1 X 1 arctan. y/k/: m Similarly, Theorem 3 asserts that if the estimate error on the demand function is small with respect to local C 1 topology, then the estimate error of the preference is also small.
P; m/ is always n 1. q; w/ > w: F denotes the set of all demand functions f that are onto and C 1 -class, and satisfies both the rank condition and the weak axiom. The following proposition was proved by Hosoya . Proposition 1. Choose any f 2 F . x/ Á 1 and, for all x 2 , ! x/ x/: Moreover, g is C 1 -class. A function g W ! x/ x/ for any x 2 . Then, the above proposition states that if f 2 F , there uniquely exists an inverse demand function g with gn Á 1, and g is C 1 -class. Let P1 denote the mapping f 7!
Advances in Mathematical Economics Volume 19 by Shigeo Kusuoka, Toru Maruyama