Stochastische Differentialgleichungen mit unendlichem Ged├Ąchtnis

by Riedle, Markus

Abstract (Summary)
For an R^d-valued stochastic process X denote the segment process by X_t:={X(t+u): u <= 0 } for t >= 0. We consider the following affine stochastic differential equation with infinite delay: dX(t)=L(X_t)dt + dW(t) for t >= 0, X_0= F, (A) where L:B -> R^d denotes a linear continuous functional, W denotes a Wiener process with values in R^d and B is a semi-normed linear subspace of {f: (-00, 0] -> R^d}. The initial condition F is a B-valued random variable. The solution X of equation (A) can be represented by a variation of constants formula. We provide sufficient and necessary conditions for the existence of a stationary solution. For a special class of functionals L the equation (A) can be reduced to a system of ordinary stochastic differential equations without memory. This reduction is studied in detail. In particular, we deduce a simple equivalent condition for the existence of stationary solutions of equations with functionals L in this class. The embedding of equation (A) into the bidualspace B** enables us to calculate the Lyapunov exponents of the solution. For this purpose we exploit a new connection between the solution of the so-called adjoint equation of (A) and a spectral decompositon of the space B. By considering the continuous dependence of the solution on the functional L and the initial condition F we obtain results useful in applications. In conjunction with results on reducible equations we establish an approximation scheme for the solution of equation (A) by Ornstein-Uhlenbeck processes. Moreover, we introduce a general class of Ito differential equations with non-linear drift and dispersion hereditary coefficients. We deduce a result on the existence of unique solutions for this general class of equations. Equation (A) can be regarded as a special affine equation in this class.
This document abstract is also available in German.
Bibliographical Information:


School:Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

School Location:Germany

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:Lyapunov-Exponenten Lyapunov exponents stationary solutions


Date of Publication:07/02/2003

© 2009 All Rights Reserved.