Option Pricing and the Dirichlet Problem: Wilmott Magazine Article – Mark S. Joshi

Laplace’s equation is ubiquitous in physics: it arises in the study of many areas such as electromagnetism, gravity and fluid dynamics since it can be used to describe the behaviour of electric, gravitational and fluid potentials.

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