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Regularity & inverse SDE representations of some stochastic PDE

P. W. Bentley

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Published
**1999**
by typescript in [s.l.]
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 1999.

Other titles | Regularity and inverse SDE representations of some stochastic PDE. |

Statement | P. W. Bentley. |

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Pagination | v, 120p. |

Number of Pages | 120 |

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Open Library | OL18659870M |

The PDE and FBSDE Representations In this section, we ﬁrst assume that the stochastic control problem (3)-(5) is solvable with the value function V(t,x) ∈ C 1,2 ([0,T]× R), and state a general (weak) representation formula. Then we apply them to a large class of semilinear stochastic partial differential equations (SPDE), and obtain the existence of unique maximal strong solutions (in the sense of SDE and PDE) under local Lipschitz conditions. Moreover, stochastic Navier–Stokes equations are .

In this work the authors consider an inverse source problem the stochastic fractional diffusion equation. The interested inverse problem is to reconstruct the unknown spatial functions f and g (the latter up to the sign) in the source by the statistics of the final time data Some direct problem results are proved at first, such as the existence, uniqueness, representation and regularity of the. This book originated with several courses given at the University of Texas. The audience consisted of graduate students of mathematics, physics, electri-cal engineering, and ﬁnance. Most had met some stochastic analysis during work in their ﬁeld; the course was meant to .

Stochastic Differential Equations for the Social Sciences by Loren Cobb Abstract Stochastic differential equations are rapidly becoming the most popular format in which to express the mathe-matical models of such diverse areas as neural networks, ecosystem dynamics, population genetics, . The associated two SDE's are related to the optimal wealth and the optimal state price density, given a pathwise explicit representation of the marginal utility. This new approach addresses several issues with a new perspective: dynamic programming principle, risk tolerance properties, inverse .

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Author: Bentley, P. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Warwick Current Institution: University of Warwick Date of Award: Availability of Full Text. Regularity and inverse SDE representations of some stochastic PDE. By P. Bentley. Abstract. SIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre-DSC:DXN / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreGBUnited Kingdo Topics: 12A - Pure mathematics Author: P.

Bentley. Examples. One of the most studied SPDEs is the stochastic heat equation, which may formally be written as ∂ = +, where is the Laplacian and denotes space-time white examples also include stochastic versions of famous linear equations, such as Wave equation and Schrödinger equation.

Discussion. One difficulty is their lack of regularity. () On Regularity of Primal and Dual Dynamic Value Functions Related to Investment Problems and Their Representations Regularity & inverse SDE representations of some stochastic PDE book Backward Stochastic PDE Solutions.

SIAM Journal on Financial MathematicsAbstract | PDF ( KB)Cited by: The main tool is the marginal utility Ux(t,x) and its inverse expressed as the opposite of the derivative of the Fenchel conjuguate Ũ(t,y).

Under regularity assumptions, we associate a SDE(µ,σ) and its adjoint SPDE(µ,σ) in divergence form whose Ux(t,x) and its inverse −Ũy(t,y) are monotonic solutions. Bentley, P.W. (), Regularity and inverse SDE representations of some stochastic PDEs, PhD Thesis at the University of Warwick. Carmona, R.A.

and Molchanov, S.A. (), Parabolic Anderson problem and intermittency, AMS MemoirAmer. Math. Soc. An introduction to stochastic partial differential equations, École d'été de.

The associated two SDE's are related to the optimal wealth and the optimal state price density, given a pathwise explicit representation of the marginal utility.

This new approach addresses several issues with a new perspective: dynamic programming principle, risk tolerance properties, inverse problems. For instance, the stochastic integral in () can now be conveniently written as T t ZsdWs.

Received April ; revised March 1Supported in part by NSF Grant AMS subject classiﬁcations. Primary 60H10; secondary 34F05, 90A Key words and phrases.

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An Exact Connection between two Solvable SDEs and a Nonlinear Utility Stochastic PDE. of the dynamics of inverse flow of SDE. So that, we are able to extend to the solution of similar SPDEs. $\begingroup$ InReza Farhadian showed that there are some regular doubly stochastic matrices such that their inverses are regular doubly stochastic matrices [1].

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