The class of one-dimensional equations driven by a stochastic measure μ is studied. For μ only σ-additivity in probability is assumed. This class of equations includes the Burgers equation and the heat equation. The existence and uniqueness of the solution are proved, and the averaging principle for the equation is studied.
This paper deals with linear stochastic partial differential equations with variable coefficients driven by Lévy white noise. First, an existence theorem for integral transforms of Lévy white noise is derived and the existence of generalized and mild solutions of second order elliptic partial differential equations is proved. Further, the generalized electric Schrödinger operator for different potential functions V is discussed.
We introduce a stochastic partial differential equation (SPDE) with elliptic operator in divergence form, with measurable and bounded coefficients and driven by space-time white noise. Such SPDEs could be used in mathematical modelling of diffusion phenomena in medium consisting of different kinds of materials and undergoing stochastic perturbations. We characterize the solution and, using the Stein–Malliavin calculus, we prove that the sequence of its recentered and renormalized spatial quadratic variations satisfies an almost sure central limit theorem. Particular focus is given to the interesting case where the coefficients of the operator are piecewise constant.