Recently, Mao (2015) developed a new explicit method, called the truncated Euler–Maruyama (EM) method, for the nonlinear SDE and established the strong convergence theory under the local Lipschitz condition plus the Khasminskii-type condition. In his another follow-up paper (Mao, 2016), he discussed the rates of L q -convergence of the truncated EM method for q ≥ 2 and showed that the order of L q -convergence can be arbitrarily close to q ∕ 2 under some additional conditions. However, there are some restrictions on the truncation functions and these restrictions sometimes might force the step size to be so small that the truncated EM method would be inapplicable. The key aim of this paper is to establish the convergence rate without these restrictions. The other aim is to study the stability of the truncated EM method. The advantages of our new results will be highlighted by the comparisons with the results in Mao (2015, 2016) as well as others on the tamed EM and implicit methods.
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics – Elsevier
Published: Aug 1, 2018
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