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To recover the Black-Scholes pricing equation, you should first express the standard normal cdf in terms of its characteristic function analogous to the Heston solution: $$ N(x) = \frac{1}{2} - \frac{1}{\pi} \int_0^{\infty} Re [\frac{e^{-i\phi x} f(\phi)}{i\phi}] d\phi $$ where $f(\phi)$ is the characteristic function of the standard normal distribution: $$ ...


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You need to obtain a $4 \times 4$ correlation matrix. As you effectively observe, you have four random processes driving the system, with $i \in 1,2$ $$ \frac{dS_i}{S_i} = \mu_i dt + \sqrt{v_i} dW_{Si} \\ dv_i = \kappa(\bar{v}_{i}-v_i) dt + \xi \sqrt{v_i} dW_{vi} $$ Each of the $W_{ji},j\in\{S,v\},i\in 1,2$ is a brownian motion correlated with the others, ...



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