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/*! \file analyticdigitalamericanengine.hpp
    \brief analytic digital American option engine
*/

#ifndef quantlib_analytic_digital_american_engine_hpp
#define quantlib_analytic_digital_american_engine_hpp

#include <ql/Instruments/vanillaoption.hpp>

namespace QuantLib {

    /*! Pricing engine for American vanilla options with digital payoff
        using analytic formulae

        \todo add more greeks (as of now only delta and rho available)

        \ingroup vanillaengines

        \test
        - the correctness of the returned value in case of
          cash-or-nothing at-hit digital payoff is tested by
          reproducing results available in literature.
        - the correctness of the returned value in case of
          asset-or-nothing at-hit digital payoff is tested by
          reproducing results available in literature.
        - the correctness of the returned value in case of
          cash-or-nothing at-expiry digital payoff is tested by
          reproducing results available in literature.
        - the correctness of the returned value in case of
          asset-or-nothing at-expiry digital payoff is tested by
          reproducing results available in literature.
        - the correctness of the returned greeks in case of
          cash-or-nothing at-hit digital payoff is tested by
          reproducing numerical derivatives.
    */
00056     class AnalyticDigitalAmericanEngine : public VanillaOption::engine {
      public:
        void calculate() const;
    };

}


#endif

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