Levy Processes with TwoSided Reflection
(2015) In Lecture Notes in Mathematics 2149. p.67182 Abstract
 Let X be a Levy process and V the reflection at boundaries 0 and b > 0. A number of properties of V are studied, with particular emphasis on the behaviour at the upper boundary b. The process V can be represented as solution of a Skorokhod problem V(t) = V(0)+X(t)+L(t)U(t) where L, U are the local times (regulators) at the lower and upper barrier. Explicit forms of V in terms of X are surveyed as well as more pragmatic approaches to the construction of V, and the stationary distribution pi is characterised in terms of a twobarrier first passage problem. A key quantity in applications is the loss rate l(b) at b, defined as Epi U(1). Various forms of l(b) and various derivations are presented, and the asymptotics as b > infinity is... (More)
 Let X be a Levy process and V the reflection at boundaries 0 and b > 0. A number of properties of V are studied, with particular emphasis on the behaviour at the upper boundary b. The process V can be represented as solution of a Skorokhod problem V(t) = V(0)+X(t)+L(t)U(t) where L, U are the local times (regulators) at the lower and upper barrier. Explicit forms of V in terms of X are surveyed as well as more pragmatic approaches to the construction of V, and the stationary distribution pi is characterised in terms of a twobarrier first passage problem. A key quantity in applications is the loss rate l(b) at b, defined as Epi U(1). Various forms of l(b) and various derivations are presented, and the asymptotics as b > infinity is exhibited in both the lighttailed and the heavytailed regime. The drift zero case EX(1) = 0 plays a particular role, with Brownian or stable functional limits being a key tool. Further topics include studies of the first hitting time of b, central limit theorems and large deviations results for U, and a number of explicit calculations for Levy processes where the jump part is compound Poisson with phasetype jumps. (Less)
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 Andersen, Lars Norvang ; Asmussen, Soren ; Glynn, Peter W. and Pihlsgård, Mats ^{LU}
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 Applied probability, Central limit theorem, Finite buffer problem, First, passage problem, Functional limit theorem, Heavy tails, Integrodifferential equation, Ito's formula, Linear equations, Local, time, Loss rate, Martingale, Overflow, Phasetype distribution, Poisson's equation, Queueing theory, Siegmund duality, Skorokhod, problem, Storage process
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 Lecture Notes in Mathematics
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