By David M. Young, Robert Todd Gregory, Mathematics

Topics include:

Evaluation of basic functions

Solution of a unmarried nonlinear equation with particular connection with polynomial equations

Interpolation and approximation

Numerical differentiation and quadrature

Ordinary differential equations

Computational difficulties in linear algebra

Numerical answer of elliptic and parabolic partial differential equations by way of finite distinction methods

Solution of huge linear platforms through iterative methods

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Many other “obvious” (but as we have seen: not all reasonable) approximations are seen to yield the same Brownian rough path limit. The discussion of Brownian motion in a magnetic field follows closely Friz, Gassiat and Lyons [FGL13]. Continuous semi-martingales and large classes of multidimensional Gaussian – and Markovian – processes lift to random rough paths; convergence of piecewise linear approximation in rough path topology is also known to hold true to hold in great generality. g. Friz–Victoir [FV10b] and the references therein.

By Chen’s relation, pointwise convergence of Xn0,t for all t actually implies pointwise convergence of Xns,t for all s, t. We claim that, thanks to the uniform H¨older bounds, this implies 22 2 The space of rough paths uniform convergence. Indeed, given ε > 0, pick a (finite) dissection D of [0, T ] with small enough mesh so that C|D|β < ε/8. Given s, t ∈ [0, T ] write sˆ, tˆ for the nearest points in D and note that n n n |Xs,t − Xs,t | ≤ |Xsˆ,tˆ − Xsˆn,tˆ| + |Xs,ˆs | + |Xs,ˆ s | + |Xt,tˆ| + |Xt,tˆ| ≤ |Xsˆ,tˆ − Xsˆn,tˆ| + ε/2 .

10), it is enough to note that M X with the estimate E |Y˜s,t |2 = E (e−M (t−s) − I)Y˜s t 2 Tr(e−M u e−M + ∗ u ) du |t − s| , s where we used the fact that Real{σ(M )} ⊂ (0, ∞) to get a uniform bound. 11), we consider one of the components and write 2 t ˜ i dX ˜ uj X s,u E t s 2 u Y˜ri Y˜uj dr du =E s = [s,t]4 s E Y˜ri Y˜uj Y˜qi Y˜vj 1{r≤u;q≤v} dr du dq dv E Y˜ri Y˜uj E Y˜qi Y˜vj + E Y˜ri Y˜qi + E Y˜ri Y˜vj E Y˜uj Y˜qi dr du dq dv ≤ [s,t]4 E Y˜uj Y˜vj 2 E Y˜r ⊗ Y˜u dr du [s,t]2 2 E Y˜r ⊗ Y˜u 1{r≤u} dr du , [s,t]2 where we have used the fact that Y˜ is Gaussian (which yields Wick’s formula for the expectation of products) in order to get the bound on the third line.

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