The covariation for Banach space valued processes and applications
AbstractThis article focuses on a new concept of quadratic variation for processes taking values in a Banach space B and a corresponding covariation. This is more general than the classical one of Métivier and Pellaumail. Those notions are associated with some subspace ? of the dual of the projective tensor product of B with itself. We also introduce the notion of a convolution type process, which is a natural generalization of the Itô process and the concept of ¯V0-semimartingale, which is a natural extension of the classical notion of semimartingale. The framework is the stochastic calculus via regularization in Banach spaces. Two main applications are mentioned: one related to Clark-Ocone formula for finite quadratic variation processes; the second one concerns the probabilistic representation of a Hilbert valued partial differential equation of Kolmogorov type. 2010 Math Subject Classification: 60G22, 60H05, 60H07, 60H15, 60H30, 26E20, 35K90 46G05
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Length: 45 pages
Date of creation: Jan 2013
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Calculus via regularization; Infinite dimensional analysis; Tensor analysis; Clark-Ocone formula; Dirichlet processes; Itô formula; Quadratic variation; Stochastic partial differential equations; Kolmogorov equation;
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