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A pathwise solution for nonlinear parabolic equations with stochastic perturbations

Bogdan Iftimie and Constantin Varsan
From the journal Open Mathematics


We analyse here a semilinear stochastic partial differential equation of parabolic type where the diffusion vector fields are depending on both the unknown function and its gradient ∂ xu with respect to the state variable, ∈ ℝn. A local solution is constructed by reducing the original equation to a nonlinear parabolic one without stochastic perturbations and it is based on a finite dimensional Lie algebra generated by the given diffusion vector fields.

Keywords: 60H15

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