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L\'evy Flows and associated Stochastic PDEs

  title={L\'evy Flows and associated Stochastic PDEs},
  author={Arvind Nath and Suprio Bhar},
. In this paper, we first explore certain structural properties of L´evy flows and use this information to obtain the existence of strong solutions to a class of Stochastic PDEs in the space of tempered distributions, driven by L´evy noise. The uniqueness of the solutions follows from Monotonicity inequality. These results extend an earlier work of the second author on the diffusion case. 



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