Stochastic Evolution Systems

Stochastic Evolution Systems : Linear Theory and Applications to Non-linear Filtering

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Product details

  • Hardback | 315 pages
  • 167.1 x 242.8 x 25.1mm | 671.33g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1990 ed.
  • XVIII, 315 p.
  • 0792300378
  • 9780792300373

Table of contents

1 Examples and Auxiliary Results.- 1.0. Introduction.- 1.1. Examples of Stochastic Evolution Systems.- 1.2. Measurability and Integrability in Banach Spaces.- 1.3. Martingales in ?1.- 1.4. Diffusion Processes.- 2 Stochastic Integration in a Hilbert Space.- 2.0. Introduction.- 2.1. Martingales and Local Martingales.- 2.2. Stochastic Integrals with Respect to Square Integrable Martingale.- 2.3. Stochastic Integrable with Respect to a Local Martingale.- 2.4. An Energy Equality in a Rigged Hilbert Space.- 3 Linear Stochastic Evolution Systems in Hilbert Spaces.- 3.0. Introduction.- 3.1. Coercive Systems.- 3.2. Dissipative Systems.- 3.3. Uniqueness and the Markov Property.- 3.4. The First Boundary Problem for Ito's Partial Differential Equations.- 4 Ito'S Second Order Parabolic Equations.- 4.0. Introduction.- 4.1. The Cauchy Problem for Superparabolic Ito's Second Order Parabolic Equations.- 4.2. The Cauchy Problem for Ito's Second Order Equations.- 4.3. The Forward Cauchy Problem and the Backward One in Weighted Sobolev Spaces.- 5 Ito's Partial Differential Equations and Diffusion Processes.- 5.0. Introduction.- 5.1. The Method of Stochastic Characteristics.- 5.2. Inverse Diffusion Processes, the Method of Variation of Constants and the Liouville Equations.- 5.3. A Representation of a Density-valued Solution.- 6 Filtering Interpolation and Extrapolation of Diffusion Processes.- 6.0. Introduction.- 6.1. Bayes' Formula and the Conditional Markov Property.- 6.2. The Forward Filtering Equation.- 6.3. The Backward Filtering Equation Interpolation and Extrapolation.- 7 Hypoellipticity of Ito's Second Order Parabolic Equations.- 7.0. Introduction.- 7.1. Measure-valued Solution and Hypoellipticity under Generalized Hoermander's Condition.- 7.2. The Filtering Transition Density and a Fundamental Solution of the Filtering Equation in Hypoelliptic and Superparabolic Cases.- Notes.- References.
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