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Why is the mean time-dependent in the Hull-White interest rate model?
In the Vasicek interest-rate model, the interest rate reverts to a constant mean. This makes sense to me. In my conception, the mean ought to be time-invariant, since interest rates don't follow an ...
Aug 1 '13 at 18:30
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