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Explores why SPDEs sometimes perform better than PDEs
Presents non-traditional research directions in SPDE theory
Investigates the interaction between noise and uniqueness or singularities
Includes special techniques for stochastic fluid dynamic models
This volume deals with the random perturbation of PDEs which lack well-posedness, mainly because of their non-uniqueness, in some cases because of blow-up. The aim is to show that noise may restore uniqueness or prevent blow-up. This is not a general or easy-to-apply rule, and the theory presented in the book is in fact a series of examples with a few unifying ideas. The role of additive and bilinear multiplicative noise is described and a variety of examples are included, from abstract parabolic evolution equations with non-Lipschitz nonlinearities to particular fluid dynamic models, like the dyadic model, linear transport equations and motion of point vortices.