Volume 6, no. 2Pages 25 - 39
Stochastic Leontieff Type Equations and Mean Derivatives of Stochastic ProcessesYu.E. Gliklikh, E.Yu. Mashkov
We understand the Leontieff type stochastic differential equations as a special sort of Ito stochastic differential equations, in which the left-hand side contains a degenerate constant linear operator and the right-hand side has a non-degenerate constant linear operator. In the right-hand side there is also a summand with a term depending only on time. Its physical meaning is the incoming signal into the device described by the operators mentioned above. In the papers by A.L. Shestakov and G.A. Sviridyuk the dynamical distortion of signals is described by such equations. Transition to stochastic differential equations arise where it is necessary to take into account the interference (noise). Note that the investigation of solutions of such equations requires the use of derivatives of the incoming signal and the noise of any order. In this paper for differentiation of noise we apply the machinery of the so-called Nelson's mean derivatives of stochastic processes. This allows us to avoid using the machinery of the theory of generalized functions. We present a brief introduction to the theory of mean derivatives, investigate the transformation of the equations to canonical form and find formulae for solutions in terms of Nelson's mean derivatives of Wiener process. Full text
- mean derivative, current velocity, Wiener process, Leontieff type equation.
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