The backward Euler-Maruyama (BEM) method is employed to approximate the invariant measure of stochastic differential equations, where both the drift and the diffusion coefficient are allowed to grow super-linearly. The existence and uniqueness of the invariant measure of the numerical solution generated by the BEM method are proved and the convergence of the numerical invariant measure to the underlying one is shown. Simulations are provided to illustrate the theoretical results and demonstrate the application of our results in the area of system control.
- stochastic differential equationquation
- stationary measure
- super-linear coefficients
- Backward Euler-Maruyama method
- implicit method