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This is the Black and Scholes equation. It has a final condition and not an initial condition because of modeling reasons, as we have seen, in fact the initial value is the unknown quantity of interest. Another reason is that the principal part of the differential operator is basically similar to a backward heat equation. We have seen that the heat equation is incapable of going back in time. Therefore, a backward heat equation needs a final condition in order to be well-posed. There is an additional difficulty since the coefficients of the space derivatives are functions of the space variables that vanish for x = 0.

These points are called discretization points or grid points. For simplicity, we assume here that these points are uniformly distributed, see Fig. , of the form xi = ih, i ∈ {0, . . 2 Application to a One-Dimensional Model Problem 39 h 0 = x0 x1 ··· xi−1 xi xi+1 ··· xN+1 = 1 Fig. 1 A uniform 1d grid and grid points integer and h = 1/(N + 1) is the grid space step, or grid step in short. Even though the notation does not make it clear, we see that xi not only depends on i, but also on h or equivalently on N.

We assume it to be given, it is called an initial condition. Let us count the total number of particles in a section [y, y + δy] × D of the tube. We disregard the fact that this number should be an integer. In fact, we consider cases in which this integer is so large as to appear like a continuous quantity at the macroscopic scale. Think of the Avogadro number and the fact that quantities of matter are actually measured in moles. By definition of a density, at time t, this y+δy quantity is equal to Q(y, δy, t) = y D u(x, t) d x 1 d x 2 d x 3 .

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