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Which in the present book will form the basic tool for solving analytical problems of the type ( 7 . 1 ) . 3) and ( 7 . 5) gives information on the derivative of the function u. 5) is certainly more convenient In fact if for to use than ( 7 . 3 ) , us f u r as nwnerical analysis zs concerned. example g . 6) Min a(v,v) subject to the constraints V E Hi , v 5 JI. If g. 5) can no longer be interpreted as the Euler condition for an optikisatior. problem. However, the same numerical solution algorithms can still be applied, apart from a few very simple transformations.
H s m a l l ) i n accordance with a normal l a w with mean 0 and with variance a2(y(t),t)h. Furthermore, i f u does not depend on tl # t 2 , then t h e p e r t u r b a t i o n s dt,)(w(t,+h) - w ( t l 1) y and and i f we consider two i n s t a n t s dt2)(w(t2+h) - w(t,)) a r e independent. ( * ) We s h a l l not dwell h e r e on t h e mathematical a s p e c t s ; f i n e d i n t h e d i s t r i b u t i o n a l sense. (**IWe consider dimension 1 t o simplify t h e n o t a t i o n . can i n f a c t be de- (SEC.
29) (Abu) -2 . We have m E A = E(X-m)(X-m)* EX , and A is termed the covariance matrix ( * ) . To $onclyde, we give the following useful result: g : R +. 4 then for a t 0 we have suppose we have we obtain the BienaymQ-Tchebichev inequality. General discussion on stochastic processes Let ( Q , a , P ) be a probability space. A mapping t +. 's with values in Rn is termed a stochastic process with values in Rn. This is thus . actually a function X(t;w). X(t;w) We interpret t as the time, which thus varies in a continuous fashion.
Applications of Variational Inequalities in Stochastic Control by Alain Bensoussan