Elliptic Boundary Value Problems and Construction of Lp-Strong Feller Processes with Singular Drift and Reflection
2014, X, 198 p. 1 illus.
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Benedict Baur presents modern functional analytic methods for construction and analysis of Feller processes in general and diffusion processes in particular. Topics covered are: Construction of Lp-strong Feller processes using Dirichlet form methods, regularity for solutions of elliptic boundary value problems, construction of elliptic diffusions with singular drift and reflection, Skorokhod decomposition and applications to Mathematical Physics like finite particle systems with singular interaction. Emphasize is placed on the handling of singular drift coefficients, as well as on the discussion of pointwise and pathwise properties of the constructed processes rather than just the quasi-everywhere properties commonly known from the general Dirichlet form theory.
Construction of Lp-Strong Feller Processes
Elliptic Boundary Value Problems
Skorokhod Decomposition for Reflected Diffusions with Singular Drift
Particle Systems with singular interaction
Graduate and PhD students, researchers of Mathematics in the field (Functional) Analysis, Stochastics, Partial Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics
Benedict Baur has done his doctor’s degree at the University of Kaiserslautern in topics on Stochastics and Functional Analysis.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Dirichlet form theory - Skorokhod decomposition - elliptic boundary value problem - finite particle system