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requirements and be acceptable to users. System requirements serve as benchmarks to measure the overall
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Stochastic Calculus, Fall 2002 (http:/www.math.nyu.edu/faculty/goodman/teaching/StochCalc/)
Assignment 6.
Given October 25 due October 31 Last revised, October 30.
Objective: More calculations involving Brownian motion
1. The Brownian bridge construction.

When I saw the topic of my report Rizal and Science there are lots of questions running in my mind,
how science related to rizal? How did rizal acquired that knowledge of science? What is Rizal and
Science? And many more. So, as what weve known rizal is o

If the hear is always searching oint application development (JAD): JAD is a user- oriented technique for fact-finding
and requirements modeling. Because it is not linked to a specific development methodology, system developers use
JAD whenever group inpu

Chapter 4 Review Questions
1. What are the five questions typically used in fact-finding? What additional questions can be asked during this
process?
The five questions are who, what, where, why, how.
* Who? Who performs each of the procedures within the

Where? Where are operations being performed?
* Why? Where could they be performed? Could they be performed more efficiently elsewhere? When? When is a
procedure performed? Why is it being performed at this time? Is this the best time?
* How? How is a proc

Where? Where are operations being performed?
* Why? Where could they be performed? Could they be performed more efficiently elsewhere? When? When is a
procedure performed? Why is it being performed at this time? Is this the best time?
* How? How is a proc

Where? Where are operations being performed?
* Why? Where could they be performed? Could they be performed more efficiently elsewhere? When? When is a
procedure performed? Why is it being performed at this time? Is this the best time?
* How? How is a proc

* How? How is a procedure performed? Why is it performed in that manner? Could it be performed better, more
requirements and be acceptable to users. System requirements serve as benchmarks to measure the overall
acceptability of the finished system. Syste

Stochastic Calculus, Fall 2002 (http:/www.math.nyu.edu/faculty/goodman/teaching/StochCalc/)
Assignment 4.
Given September 26, due October 10 (note: two weeks)
Last revised, October 7.
Objective: Continuous conditioning, Gaussian random variables.
1. Suppo

Stochastic Calculus Final Exam
December 19, 2002
Answer all questions in the blue answer books.
On each book, write your name and the number of books used. Number
each book, e.g. book 2 of 3.
Cross out or erase all work you know to be wrong. If you hav

Stochastic Calculus, Fall 2002 (http:/www.math.nyu.edu/faculty/goodman/teaching/StochCalc/)
Assignment 7.
Given October 31, due November 7 Last revised November 5.
Objective: The Ito integral
1. We want to calculate from the definition
YT =
Z
0
T
Xt2 dXt

Stochastic Calculus, Fall 2002 (http:/www.math.nyu.edu/faculty/goodman/teaching/StochCalc/)
Assignment 5.
Given October 19 due October 24 Last revised, October 23.
Objective: Simple martingales and PDEs for Brownian motion
1. Suppose h(x) has h0 (x) > 0 f

Stochastic Calculus, Fall 2002 (http:/www.math.nyu.edu/faculty/goodman/teaching/StochCalc/)
Assignment 3.
Given September 20, due September 26.
Last revised, September 23.
Objective: Conditioning and Markov chains, II.
1. Suppose an nn matrix, A, has n li

Stochastic Calculus, Fall 2002 (http:/www.math.nyu.edu/faculty/goodman/teaching/StochCalc/)
Assignment 9, last assignment.
Given December 5, due December 19 Last revised December 5.
Focus: Multidimensional diffusions and PDE
1. The Ornstein Uhlenbeck proc