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K¨ ugler on these considerations, the value V of a European option can then be shown to satisfy the (by now famous) Black Scholes equation ∂V 1 ∂2V ∂V + σ2 S 2 − rV = 0. + rS ∂t 2 ∂S 2 ∂S (66) In order to completely describe the (direct) problem of calculating V for a given σ, the parabolic diﬀerential equation (66) backwards in time is augmented by an end condition and boundary conditions at zero and at inﬁnity. For the easiest case of European call or put (together called ”vanilla”)) options, characterized by the terminal conditions V (T ) = max(S − K, 0) or V (T ) = max(K − S, 0), analytic solutions of (66) are available.
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