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After eating drugged food, my conception of reality changed and I started to see differently from my eyes. I could feel that I was missing something in my brain. I washed my head right there and had some coffee(merely by mixing it in room temp water).

Only when I left the hospîal, I realized that its canteen had an entrance outside the gate of hospital on the main road.

I was slightly getting worried but I kept myself totally calm with some effort.

In a little bit, I bought some traditional sweets and sweet milk from random places on small streets branching out of ferozpur road. I was a bit better after that.

Then I drove my bike on narrow streets on one side of ferozpur road where I had never been before. I believe there was no mind control infrastructure in those very poor neighborhoods. I felt quite better after that. I also continued to wash my head and do tooth brush there.

Finally I came back. I am better now but feel something is still missing in my brain. They continue to pull drugs from food in my stomach towards the brain to successfully block neurotransmitters that come back again and again.

After coming back, I mixed a lot of psyllium husk, I had boùht on the way, with water to cleanse my stomach and intestines.

I have an injection due tomorrow so next few days can be difficult.

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A lot has been going on lately in Switzerland.

Statistics: Posted by tagoma — September 30th, 2023, 6:57 pm

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Statistics: Posted by Cuchulainn — September 30th, 2023, 12:10 pm

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"It you are reading this, there is still some hope!" - P.Wilmott (2023)

Statistics: Posted by tagoma — September 30th, 2023, 10:53 am

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I want to briefly share my ideas with friends about how to use the hermite regressions in our problem.

First we construct a bivariate grid and find the univariate Z-series of independent stochastic volatility. Then we construct a conditional Z-series of asset for every volatility grid point. There will be as many asset Z-series as points on the volatility axis of the bivariate grid, each for every volatility point.

All of the asset Z-series will have different coefficients and even median of every asset Z-series would be different.

We will calculate moments of each of the coefficients of asset Z-series across all volatility Z-series and use our Z-series construction from moments method to fins the Z-series representation of each of the coefficients of asset Z-series. For eight coefficients, this will give us eight Z-series representing distribution of each coefficient across all of the asset Z-series(that are in turn dependent on volatility value of each volatility grid point).

Then we hermite regress Z-series of each coefficient on Z-series of the independent volatility to extract the dependence structure of asset Z-series coefficients on independent volatility. This regression will be repeated for each of the eight asset Z-series coefficients.

Briefly, for hermite regressions, we will calculate value of hermite polynomials of each coefficient on all of the volatility grids and pair them with values of hermite coefficients on independent volatility on all of the associated volatility grids and then run hermite regression using all these pairs.

For example this method will give us a bivariate Z-series of asset and we will automatically get conditional Z-series of asset at any volatility grid point simply by substituting the value of volatility Zv associated with that volatility grid point.

This method would work well for both correlated and non-correlated SV SDEs.

I assure friends that it would work very well and will be a wonderful application of hermite regressions method we discovered earlier this year. And I hope we will start using hermite regressions in several similar problems more freely.

Though slightly prudent due to pressure from good people, mind control agents remain totally malicious and continue to try to reconnect my brain with a sense of urgency. Many times they use another different gas in my room and other places. When inhaled this gas cause uneasiness in the stomach and also slight pain and uneasiness in the spine. The weather is becoming more pleasant and I sit in the garage/porch of our house at night since it is more open, airy and colder but still has walls and a gate that can let heavy gas accumulate there. They continue to release gas in the garage. Even if I do not turn on the ceiling fan to avoid the gas, they still release gas that continues to accumulate in the garage. For past two nights, I completely open the gates of the house/garage to not let the gas accumulate there and spread out. When there is more gas and I am trying to think of some idea, I simply walk on the local street outside my house to be able to think better.

I have an injection due on monday. I could not get any good injection from older manufacturing dates that I knew had good injections so this time I just bought an injection with most recent manufacturing date I could get. I do not know how it would go. But I have some good coffee and some good tea that would be very helpful. I do have a feeling that mind control agents are bitterly waiting for the new injection to reconnect my brain, try to retard me somewhat and not let me work properly. But I am also determined to continue my research.

Statistics: Posted by Amin — September 30th, 2023, 10:17 am

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[$]\, V \, = \, b_0 \, + \, b_1 \, Z_v \,+ \, b_2 \, {Z_v}^2 \,+ \, b_3 \, {Z_v}^3 \,+ \, b_4 \, {Z_v}^4 \,+ \, b_5 \, {Z_v}^5 \,+ \, b_6 \, {Z_v}^6 \,+ \, b_7 \, {Z_v}^7 \,[$]

Then dependent Z-Series of asset can be represented as

[$]\, X \, =\, c_0 \, + \, c_1(Z_v) \, Z_x \,+ \, c_2(Z_v) \, {Z_x}^2 \,+ \, c_3(Z_v) \, {Z_x}^3 \,+ \, c_4(Z_v) \, {Z_x}^4 \,+ \, c_5(Z_v) \, {Z_x}^5 \,+ \, c_6(Z_v) \, {Z_x}^6 \,+ \, c_7(Z_v) \, {Z_x}^7 \,[$]

So when a Z-series is dependent on other, this dependence has to be captured by making its coefficients a function of the other Z-series variable. These coefficients have to be found so that dependence structure is properly captured.

However when a random variable is non-dependent but correlated with another random variable, this correlation has to be captured by

[$]\, X \, =\, c_0 \, + \, c_1 \, Z_x \,+ \, c_2\, {Z_x}^2 \,+ \, c_3 \, {Z_x}^3 \,+ \, c_4 \, {Z_x}^4 \,+ \, c_5 \, {Z_x}^5 \,+ \, c_6 \, {Z_x}^6 \,+ \, c_7 \, {Z_x}^7 \, \\

+\, \, d_1 \, Z_y \,+ \, d_2\, {Z_y}^2 \,+ \, d_3 \, {Z_y}^3 \,+ \, d_4 \, {Z_y}^4 \,+ \, d_5 \, {Z_y}^5 \,+ \, d_6 \, {Z_y}^6 \,+ \, d_7 \, {Z_y}^7[$]

Coefficients in above Z-series are chosen so that marginal moments and correlations are simultaneously retrieved.

So dependence goes into coefficients and is captured by making coefficients of dependent Z-series function of the other Z-series, while correlation is captured by appending one Z-series with other Z-series whose coefficients are chosen to capture the correlation structure.

When a random variable is both dependent and correlated, I think we could possibly represent it as a Z-series as

[$]\, X \, =\, c_0 \, + \, c_1(Z_y) \, Z_x \,+ \, c_2(Z_y)\, {Z_x}^2 \,+ \, c_3(Z_y) \, {Z_x}^3 \,+ \, c_4(Z_y) \, {Z_x}^4 \,+ \, c_5(Z_y) \, {Z_x}^5 \,+ \, c_6(Z_y) \, {Z_x}^6 \,+ \, c_7(Z_y) \, {Z_x}^7 \, \\

+\, \, d_1(Z_y) \, Z_y \,+ \, d_2(Z_y)\, {Z_y}^2 \,+ \, d_3(Z_y) \, {Z_y}^3 \,+ \, d_4(Z_y) \, {Z_y}^4 \,+ \, d_5(Z_y) \, {Z_y}^5 \,+ \, d_6(Z_y) \, {Z_y}^6 \,+ \, d_7(Z_y) \, {Z_y}^7[$]

This would be very interesting how to empirically calculate the coefficients of Z-series of dependent random variable with a certain dependence structure and same for correlated Z-series and dependent correlated Z-series.

I will try to think more about it but if we can somehow find numerical algorithms to construct dependent and correlated Z-series, it will be a great boost for our research towards practical applications of Z-series. I really think this would be really remarkable if we can construct algorithms for calculation of dependent and correlated Z-series.

There are other very interesting things we can do with further research. For example in order to represent a Z-series that encompasses a reasonably large class of SDEs, we can possibly make coefficients of the Z-series a function of the SDE parameters so that when parameters of the SDE change, coefficients of the Z-series are automatically altered(as they are functions of parameters) to capture the density of the SDE with particular parameters so that a single general Z-series could be used to represent an SDE variable with SDE parameters over a reasonably large range. This can be probably be impossible for a large time step/frame but I think it can be done for an arbitrary initial distribution (with a given Z-series) and an arbitrary SDE(with a reasonably large range of parameters) over a small time step of 1/16 or so (for most of the SDEs we use in finance) so that coefficients of resulting Z-series are functions of the SDE parameters.

And especially if we can do that with Z-series of stochastic volatility and dependent asset in an SV model.

Statistics: Posted by Amin — September 29th, 2023, 8:48 pm

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Has anything like this ever happened to someone around you? You have been thoroughly wronged by dishonest experts.

Statistics: Posted by Amin — September 29th, 2023, 6:22 pm

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Statistics: Posted by Cuchulainn — September 29th, 2023, 4:38 pm

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Statistics: Posted by Cuchulainn — September 29th, 2023, 2:52 pm

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