6 edition of **Measures and differential equations in infinite-dimensional space** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1991**
by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Dordrecht, Boston
.

Written in English

- Measure theory.,
- Differential equations.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Yu. L. Dalecky and S.V. Fomin. |

Series | Mathematics and its applications (Soviet series) ;, v. 76, Mathematics and its applications (Kluwer Academic Publishers)., v. 76 |

Contributions | Fomin, S. V. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA312 .D2613 1991 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xv, 337 p. ; |

Number of Pages | 337 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1556992M |

ISBN 10 | 0792315170 |

LC Control Number | 91037663 |

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Based on well-known lectures given at Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa, this book introduces analysis in a separable Hilbert space of infinite dimension. It starts from the definition of Gaussian measures in Hilbert spaces, concepts such as the Cameron-Martin formula, Brownian motion and Wiener integral are introduced in a simple by: In mathematics, it is a theorem that there is no analogue of Lebesgue measure on an infinite-dimensional Banach kinds of measures are therefore used on infinite-dimensional spaces: often, the abstract Wiener space construction is used.

Alternatively, one may consider Lebesgue measure on finite-dimensional subspaces of the larger space and consider so-called prevalent and shy sets. Parabolic equations for measures on infinite-dimensional spaces Article (PDF Available) in Doklady Mathematics 78(1) August with 30 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

It is a consequence of Riesz' Lemma that every open ball in an infinite dimensional normed space contains a disjoint sequence of smaller open balls. They all have the same measure under a translation invariant measure, so if the surrounding ball has finite measure, they all have measure zero.

Review of the first edition:‘The exposition is excellent and readable throughout, and should help bring the theory to a wider audience.' Daniel L. Ocone Source: Stochastics and Stochastic Reports Review of the first edition:‘ a welcome contribution to the rather new area of infinite dimensional stochastic evolution equations, which is far from being complete, so it should provide both a Cited by: Journal Article: Transformation of measures in infinite-dimensional spaces by the flow induced by a stochastic differential equation.

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Abstract. We describe some results of the theory of diffusion processes in infinite dimensional Hilbert spaces and manifolds and apply them to investigation of invariant measures and time reversal of Cited by: 1.

The mathematical concept of a Hilbert space, named after David Hilbert, generalizes the notion of Euclidean extends the methods of vector algebra and calculus from the two-dimensional Euclidean plane and three-dimensional space to spaces with any finite or infinite number of dimensions.A Hilbert space is an abstract vector space possessing the structure of an inner product that allows.

The infinite dimensional analysis as a branch of mathematical sciences was formed in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Motivated by problems in mathematical physics, the first steps in this field were taken by V.

Volterra, R. GateallX, P. Levy and M. Frechet, among others (see the preface to. where is an infinite-dimensional vector of some Banach space, is an infinite-dimensional vector-function with values in this space, and the derivative is considered in the sense of Fréchet.

In particular, the following results were obtained for equation (3). If is a bounded operator, it follows from the validity of the local existence theorem that if the Bohl exponent at zero is negative. We give a review of our results related to stochastic analysis on product manifolds (infinite products of compact Riemannian manifolds).

We introduce differentiable structures on product manifolds and prove the existence and uniqueness theorem for stochastic differential equations on by: 1. This book is devoted to the asymptotic properties of solutions of stochastic evolution equations in infinite dimensional spaces.

It is divided into three parts: Markovian dynamical systems; invariant measures for stochastic evolution equations; invariant measures for specific : G. Da Prato, J. Zabczyk. @article{osti_, title = {Stochastic differential equations}, author = {Sobczyk, K}, abstractNote = {This book provides a unified treatment of both regular (or random) and Ito stochastic differential equations.

It focuses on solution methods, including some developed only recently. Applications are discussed, in particular an insight is given into both the mathematical structure, and the. "This book presents the theory of integration over surfaces in abstract topological vector space.

Applications of the theory in different fields, such as infinite dimensional distributions and differential equations (including boundary value problems), stochastic processes, approximation of functions, calculus of variation on a Banach space are treated in detail.".

The study of convex sets in infinite dimensional spaces lies at the heart of the geometry of Banach spaces. For instance, the unit ball completely determines the metric properties of a Banach space, while its weak *-compact convex dual unit ball plays a ubiquitous a single chapter we can describe only a portion of the vast amount of material concerning infinite dimensional convex sets.Differential equations x(t) = f(x(t), t) are exhibited in a general infinite-dimensional Banach space, failing each of the following in turn.(i) The set S t of solution values x(t) from a given point x(0) is compact.

(ii) S t is connected. (iii) Any point on the boundary ∂S t of S t can be Cited by: 9.$\begingroup$ What makes you think the solution space is infinite-dimensional?

It certainly is infinite, in the sense that it contains infinitely many solutions. But it's a linear first-order equation, so its solution space is one-dimensional. $\endgroup$ – Jack Lee Apr 12 '14 at