# Fractional Poisson Process Time-Changed by Lévy Subordinator and Its Inverse

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TL;DR: In this article, the Poisson process of order k (PPoK) time-changed with an independent Levy subordinator and its inverse was studied, which they called TCPPoK-I and TCPPoK-II.

Abstract: In this article, we study the Poisson process of order k (PPoK) time-changed with an independent Levy subordinator and its inverse, which we call, respectively, as TCPPoK-I and TCPPoK-II, t...

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TL;DR: The space-time fractional Poisson process (STFPP) as mentioned in this paper is a generalization of the TFPP and the space fractional poisson process, defined by Orsingher and Poilto (2012).

Abstract: The space-time fractional Poisson process (STFPP), defined by Orsingher and Poilto (2012), is a generalization of the time fractional Poisson process (TFPP) and the space fractional Poisson...

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TL;DR: In this article, a fractional non-homogeneous Poisson process (FNPP) was introduced by applying a random time change to the standard poisson process and the authors derived its non-local governing equation.

Abstract: The thesis is devoted to non-stationary point process models as generalizations of the standard homogeneous Poisson process. The work can be divided in two parts.
In the first part, we introduce a fractional non-homogeneous Poisson process (FNPP) by applying a random time change to the standard Poisson process. We characterize the FNPP by deriving its non-local governing equation. We further compute moments and covariance of the process and discuss the distribution of the arrival times. Moreover, we give both finite-dimensional and functional limit theorems for the FNPP and the corresponding fractional non-homogeneous compound Poisson process. The limit theorems are derived by using martingale methods, regular variation properties and Anscombe's theorem. Eventually, some of the limit results are verified via a Monte-Carlo simulation.
In the second part, we analyze statistical point process models for durations between trades recorded in financial high-frequency trading data. We consider parameter settings for models which are non-stationary or very close to non-stationarity which is quite typical for estimated parameter sets of models fitted to financial data. Simulation, parameter estimation and in particular model selection are discussed for the following three models: a non-homogeneous normal compound Poisson process, the exponential autoregressive conditional duration model (ACD) and a Hawkes process model. In a Monte-Carlo simulation, we test the performance of the following information criteria for model selection: Akaike's information criterion, the Bayesian information criterion and the Hannan-Quinn information criterion. We are particularly interested in the relation between the rate of correct model selection and the underlying sample size. Our numerical results show that the model selection for the compound Poisson type model works best for small parameter numbers. Moreover, the results for Hawkes processes confirm the theoretical asymptotic distributions of model selection whereas for the ACD model the model selection exhibits adverse behavior in certain cases.

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TL;DR: In this paper, the Linnik Levy process (LLP) is proposed to model leptokurtic data with heavy-tailed behavior, and the authors give a step-by-step procedure of the parameters estimation and calibrate the parameters of the LLP with the Arconic Inc equity data taken from Yahoo finance.

Abstract: In the literature, the Linnik, Mittag-Leffler, Laplace and asymmetric Laplace distributions are the most known examples of geometric stable distributions. The geometric stable distributions are especially useful in the modeling of leptokurtic data with heavy-tailed behavior. They have found many interesting applications in the modeling of several physical phenomena and financial time-series. In this paper, we define the Linnik Levy process (LLP) through the subordination of symmetric stable Levy motion with gamma process. We discuss main properties of LLP like probability density function, Levy measure and asymptotic forms of marginal densities. We also consider the governing fractional-type Fokker–Planck equation. To show practical applications, we simulate the sample paths of the introduced process. Moreover, we give a step-by-step procedure of the parameters estimation and calibrate the parameters of the LLP with the Arconic Inc equity data taken from Yahoo finance. Further, some extensions of the introduced process are also discussed.

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors define the delayed Levy-driven continuous-time autoregressive process via the inverse of the stable subordinator and derive correlation structure for the observed non-stationary delayed Levy drive.

Abstract: We define the delayed Levy-driven continuous-time autoregressive process via the inverse of the stable subordinator. We derive correlation structure for the observed non-stationary delayed Levy-dri...

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TL;DR: In this article, a linear operator of order functions of order (1.2) is defined and an operator of fractional integration is employed to prove results on the solutions of the integral equation.

Abstract: is an entire function of order $({\rm Re}\alpha)^{-1}$ and contains several well-known special functions as particular cases. We define a linear operator $\mathfrak{C}(\alpha, \beta;\rho;\lambda)$ on a space $L$ of functions by the integral in (1.2) and employ an operator of fractional integration $I^{\mu}$ : $L\rightarrow L$ to prove results on $\mathfrak{C}(\alpha, \beta;\rho;\lambda)$ ; these results are subsequently used to discuss theorems on the solutions of (1.2). The technique used can be apPlied to obtain analogous results on the integral equation

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