⇧

Collection

Works authored by Varadhan
Works connected to Mark A. Pinsky
Back to all items
Filter the Bibliography List
M. D. Donsker and S. R. S. Varadhan :
“Large deviations for Markov processes and the asymptotic evaluation of certain Markov process expectations for large times ,”
pp. 82–88
in
Probabilistic methods in differential equations
(Victoria, BC, August 19–20, 1974 ).
Edited by M. A. Pinsky .
Lecture Notes in Mathematics 451 .
Springer (Berlin ),
1975 .
MR
0410942
incollection

People
BibTeX
@incollection {key0410942m,
AUTHOR = {Donsker, M. D. and Varadhan, S. R. S.},
TITLE = {Large deviations for {M}arkov processes
and the asymptotic evaluation of certain
{M}arkov process expectations for large
times},
BOOKTITLE = {Probabilistic methods in differential
equations},
EDITOR = {Pinsky, Mark A.},
SERIES = {Lecture Notes in Mathematics},
NUMBER = {451},
PUBLISHER = {Springer},
ADDRESS = {Berlin},
YEAR = {1975},
PAGES = {82--88},
NOTE = {(Victoria, BC, August 19--20, 1974).
MR:0410942.},
ISBN = {9783540071532},
}
M. D. Donsker and S. R. S. Varadhan :
“On the number of distinct sites visited by a random walk ,”
pp. 57–62
in
Stochastic analysis
(Evanston, IL, April 10–14, 1978 ).
Edited by A. Friedman and M. A. Pinsky .
Academic Press (New York ),
1978 .
MR
517233
Zbl
0442.60068
incollection

People
BibTeX
@incollection {key517233m,
AUTHOR = {Donsker, M. D. and Varadhan, S. R. S.},
TITLE = {On the number of distinct sites visited
by a random walk},
BOOKTITLE = {Stochastic analysis},
EDITOR = {Friedman, Avner and Pinsky, Mark A.},
PUBLISHER = {Academic Press},
ADDRESS = {New York},
YEAR = {1978},
PAGES = {57--62},
NOTE = {(Evanston, IL, April 10--14, 1978).
MR:517233. Zbl:0442.60068.},
ISBN = {9780122683800},
}
S. R. S. Varadhan :
“Homogenization of random Hamilton–Jacobi–Bellman equations ,”
pp. 397–403
in
Probability, geometry and integrable systems .
Edited by M. Pinsky and B. Birnir .
Mathematical Sciencies Research Institute Publications 55 .
Cambridge University Press ,
2008 .
MR
2407606
Zbl
1160.35334
incollection

Abstract
People
BibTeX

We consider nonlinear parabolic equations of Hamilton–Jacobi–Bellman type. The Lagrangian is assumed to be convex, but with a spatial dependence which is stationary and random. Rescaling in space and time produces a similar equation with a rapidly varying spatial dependence and a small viscosity term. Motivated by corresponding results for the linear elliptic equation with small viscosity, we seek to find the limiting behaviour of the solution of the Cauchy (final value) problem in terms of a homogenized problem, described by a convex function of the gradient of the solution. The main idea is to use the principle of dynamic programming to write a variational formula for the solution in terms of solutions of linear problems. We then show that asymptotically it is enough to restrict the optimization to a subclass, one for which the asymptotic behavior can be fully analyzed. The paper outlines these steps and refers to the recently published work of Kosygina, Rezakhanlou and the author for full details.

@incollection {key2407606m,
AUTHOR = {Varadhan, S. R. Srinivasa},
TITLE = {Homogenization of random {H}amilton--{J}acobi--{B}ellman
equations},
BOOKTITLE = {Probability, geometry and integrable
systems},
EDITOR = {Pinsky, Mark and Birnir, Bj\"orn},
SERIES = {Mathematical Sciencies Research Institute
Publications},
NUMBER = {55},
PUBLISHER = {Cambridge University Press},
YEAR = {2008},
PAGES = {397--403},
NOTE = {MR:2407606. Zbl:1160.35334.},
ISBN = {9780521895279},
}
Celebratio Mathematica is an open-access publication of
Mathematical Sciences Publishers.

Design & Software © 2012–2018
MSP .
All rights reserved.

The Bibliographic Data, being a matter of fact and
not creative expression, is not subject to copyright.
To the extent possible under law,
Mathematical Sciences Publishers
has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to the
Bibliographies on Celebratio Mathematica ,
in their particular expression as text, HTML, BibTeX data or otherwise.

The Abstracts of the bibliographic items may be copyrighted material whose use has not
been specifically authorized by the copyright owner.
We believe that this not-for-profit, educational use constitutes a fair use of the
copyrighted material,
as provided for in Section 107 of the U.S. Copyright Law. If you wish to use this copyrighted material for
purposes that go beyond fair use, you must obtain permission from the copyright owner.

Website powered by
ProCelebratio ™
0.5.