By Krzysztof Burdzy

ISBN-10: 3319043935

ISBN-13: 9783319043937

ISBN-10: 3319043943

ISBN-13: 9783319043944

These lecture notes offer an advent to the purposes of Brownian movement to research and extra typically, connections among Brownian movement and research. Brownian movement is a well-suited version for a variety of actual random phenomena, from chaotic oscillations of microscopic gadgets, corresponding to flower pollen in water, to inventory marketplace fluctuations. it's also a only summary mathematical software which are used to end up theorems in "deterministic" fields of mathematics.

The notes contain a short overview of Brownian movement and a bit on probabilistic proofs of classical theorems in research. the majority of the notes are dedicated to fresh (post-1990) purposes of stochastic research to Neumann eigenfunctions, Neumann warmth kernel and the warmth equation in time-dependent domains.

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Proof. 2, it is enough to prove that maxf 1 ; 2 g Ä D j02 =2 2 where i is the first eigenvalue for the Di with Dirichlet boundary conditions on and Neumann conditions elsewhere on the boundary. zL ; / and Neumann on @2 D3 D @D3 n @1 D3 . By domain monotonicity, 1 Ä Á1 . We now prove that Á1 Ä . Towards this end, let Xt be a Brownian motion in D3 starting from a point y 2 D3 , killed on @1 D3 and reflected on @2 D3 . Without loss of generality assume that zL is the origin. The radial component of the inward normal vector at any point of @2 D3 points towards the origin (or vanishes) because D3 is star-shaped with respect to zL .

9) relative to W . X; Y / as a mirror coupling of reflected Brownian motions. Proof. Pathwise uniqueness. We will first consider the problem on a finite time interval Œ0; T . Let a Brownian motion W on . xCW /. s. y C Z/, V D Y X , VQ D YQ X . Let n D infft W jVt j Ä 1=ng, Qn D infft W jVQt j Ä 1=ng, Sn D n ^ Qn . Then Sn " ^ Q . Zt D ZQ t ; 0 Ä t < ^ Q / D 1. 10) We will use the following version of the Burkholder-Davis-Gundy inequality [KS91, p. 11) 46 5 Synchronous and Mirror Couplings for m 1, and At adapted.

The paper [BPP04] investigates the “hot spots” property for the survival time probability of Brownian motion with killing and reflection in a planar convex domain whose boundary consists of two curves, one of which is an arc of a circle, intersecting at acute angles. This leads to the “hot spots” property for the mixed Dirichlet-Neumann eigenvalue problem in the domain with Neumann boundary conditions on one of the curves and Dirichlet boundary conditions on the other. 26 3 Overview of the “Hot Spots” Problem The monotonicity property of the Neumann heat kernel in the ball along the radius, a long standing conjecture, has been proved recently in [PG11] using probabilistic techniques.

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