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Discussion of the Black-Scholes partial differential equations, and solutions thereof. Nonlinear systems, stability of equilibria and Lyapunov functions. No personally identifiable information: I took ECON thinking it would be a bird course because that’s what everyone says. IIRC the averse hovered around a Curved space-time and the Einstein field equations.
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