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##### Robust Numerical Scheme for Pricing American Options under Jump Diffusion Models

**Authors:**
Salah Alrabeei,
Mohammad Yousuf

**Abstract:**

**Keywords:**
Integral differential equations,
American options,
jump–diffusion model,
rational approximation.

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