Malliavin calculus provides a framework to differentiate functionals defined on a Gaussian probability space with respect to the underlying noise. This allows to develop analysis on path space with infinite-dimensional generalisations of Fourier analysis, Sobolev spaces, etc from R^d. In this talk, we attempt to build a Lipschitz à la E. M. Stein (as opposed to Sobolev) function theory on rough path space. This framework allows to pathwise differentiate functionals on rough paths with respect to the underlying rough path. Time permitting, we show how to obtain Feynman-Kac-type representations for solutions to some high-order (>2) linear parabolic equations on R^d.
- Stochastic Analysis Seminar