# Viscosity solution

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2011

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2011

- SIAM J. Control and Optimization
- 2011

We prove a weak version of the dynamic programming principle for standard stochastic control problems and mixed control-stopping… (More)

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2010

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2010

- 2010

When considering classical solutions of boundary value problems for nonlinear first-order scalar partial differential equations… (More)

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2008

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2008

- 2008

The aim of this work is to revisit viscosity solutions’ theory for second-order elliptic integro-differential equations and to… (More)

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2007

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2007

- 2007

We construct a theory for maximal viscosity solutions of the Cauchy problem for the modiied porous medium equation u t + ju t j… (More)

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2005

2005

- SIAM J. Control and Optimization
- 2005

We investigate a model of hybrid control system in which both discrete and continuous controls are involved. In this general… (More)

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2004

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2004

- 2004

We prove that viscosity solutions in W 1'~176 of the second order, fully nonlinear, equation F(D2u, Du, u) = 0 are unique when (i… (More)

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1998

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1998

- 1998

This paper concerns the optimal stopping time problem in a nite horizon of a controlled jump diiusion process. We prove that the… (More)

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1994

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1994

- SIAM Review
- 1994

semantics form the bridge between the predictate transformation semantics and operational semantics. Hesselink, however, uses an… (More)

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1992

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1992

- 1992

The notion of viscosity solutions of scalar fully nonlinear partial differential equations of second order provides a framework… (More)

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1989

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1989

- 1989

where Vu is the (spatial) gradiant of u. Here VM/|VW| is a unit normal to a level surface of u, so div(Vw/|Vw|) is its mean… (More)

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