693 research outputs found

    Sharp convergence of nonlinear functionals of a class of Gaussian random fields

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    We present a self-contained proof of a uniform bound on multi-point correlations of trigonometric functions of a class of Gaussian random fields. It corresponds to a special case of the general situation considered in [Hairer-Xu], but with improved estimates. As a consequence, we establish convergence of a class of Gaussian fields composite with more general functions. These bounds and convergences are useful ingredients to establish weak universalities of several singular stochastic PDEs.Comment: 22 page

    A simple proof of distance bounds for Gaussian rough paths

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    We derive explicit distance bounds for Stratonovich iterated integrals along two Gaussian processes (also known as signatures of Gaussian rough paths) based on the regularity assumption of their covariance functions. Similar estimates have been obtained recently in [Friz-Riedel, AIHP, to appear]. One advantage of our argument is that we obtain the bound for the third level iterated integrals merely based on the first two levels, and this reflects the intrinsic nature of rough paths. Our estimates are sharp when both covariance functions have finite 1-variation, which includes a large class of Gaussian processes. Two applications of our estimates are discussed. The first one gives the a.s. convergence rates for approximated solutions to rough differential equations driven by Gaussian processes. In the second example, we show how to recover the optimal time regularity for solutions of some rough SPDEs.Comment: 20 pages, updated abstract and introductio

    Inverting the signature of a path

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    The aim of this article is to develop an explicit procedure that enables one to reconstruct any C1C^1 path (at natural parametrization) from its signature. We also explicitly quantify the distance between the reconstructed path and the original path in terms of the number of terms in the signature that are used for the construction and the modulus of continuity of the derivative of the path. A key ingredient in the construction is the use of a procedure of symmetrization that separates the behavior of the path at small and large scales.Comment: 31 pages; minor change

    Hyperbolic development and inversion of signature

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    We develop a simple procedure that allows one to explicitly reconstruct any piecewise linear path from its signature. The construction is based on the development of the path onto the hyperbolic space.Comment: Revised; 19 pages. We splitted our older article (arXiv:1406.7833) into two independent ones; this is one of the

    Weak universality of dynamical Φ34\Phi^4_3: non-Gaussian noise

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    We consider a class of continuous phase coexistence models in three spatial dimensions. The fluctuations are driven by symmetric stationary random fields with sufficient integrability and mixing conditions, but not necessarily Gaussian. We show that, in the weakly nonlinear regime, if the external potential is a symmetric polynomial and a certain average of it exhibits pitchfork bifurcation, then these models all rescale to Φ34\Phi^4_3 near their critical point.Comment: 37 pages; updated introduction and reference

    Signature inversion for monotone paths

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    The aim of this article is to provide a simple sampling procedure to reconstruct any monotone path from its signature. For every N, we sample a lattice path of N steps with weights given by the coefficient of the corresponding word in the signature. We show that these weights on lattice paths satisfy the large deviations principle. In particular, this implies that the probability of picking up a "wrong" path is exponentially small in N. The argument relies on a probabilistic interpretation of the signature for monotone paths
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