3 years ago

Stochastic maximal regularity for rough time-dependent problems.

Pierre Portal, Mark Veraar

We unify and extend the semigroup and the PDE approaches to stochastic maximal regularity of time-dependent semilinear parabolic problems with noise given by a cylindrical Brownian motion. We treat random coefficients that are only progressively measurable in the time variable. For $2m$-th order systems with $VMO$ regularity in space, we obtain $L^{p}(L^{q})$ estimates for all $p>2$ and $q\geq 2$, leading to optimal space-time regularity results. For second order systems with continuous coefficients in space, we also include a first order linear term, under a stochastic parabolicity condition, and obtain $L^{p}(L^{p})$ estimates together with optimal space-time regularity. For linear second order equations in divergence form with random coefficients that are merely measurable in both space and time, we obtain estimates in the tent spaces $T^{p,2}_{\sigma}$ of Coifman-Meyer-Stein. This is done in the deterministic case under no extra assumption, and in the stochastic case under the assumption that the coefficients are divergence free.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1810.01183

DOI: arXiv:1810.01183v2

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