By Kai Lai Chung, Zhongxin Zhao (auth.)

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ISBN-13: 9783642578564

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S} = 810 xEK o. Proof Set r = p(K,8D) > o. Then for any x E K, we have For any x E lli. 9 > o. 32 2. Killed Brownian Motion By the continuity of the paths of {Xt} we have ~mPO{TB(O,r) ~ 8} = O. o This proves the lemma. We now give the main result in this section. 2 For any domain D C IR d we have pF f E Cb(D), for any t > 0, f E L=(D). pp Moreover, if D is regular, then f E Co(D) for any f E Co (D). In the latter case, {XP} on D has both the Feller and the strong Feller property. Proof For f E L=(D), fixed t pF f(x) = > 0 and 0 < 8 < t, we have EX {8 < TD; EXs [t - 8 < TD; f(X t - s )]}.

24 (a) Suppose D is a bounded regular domain. Then the function HDJ defined in (33) is the unique solution to the Dirichlet problem (D, f). (b) Suppose D is a bounded domain and h is harmonic in D and continuous in D. Then we have the representation hex) = EX {h(X(TD))}, xED. (36) Remark If D is also regular in part (b), then (36) holds for xED. Proof Let us be more precise here. For part (a), (33) and (34) show that HDJ is a solution of (D, f). Suppose ¢ is another solution of (D, f). 1l, we must have HDJ - ¢ == 0 in D.

This proves that {PF : t ~ o} is a strongly continuous semigroup in each appropriate space S for D. Now suppose that m(D) < 00. We have for all p E [1,00], Loo(D) c £F(D) and for any 1 E Loo(D): Hence the identity embedding I from Loo(D) to LP(D) is a bounded operator. 4 Compactness and Spectrum pF 47 pF where pi E [1,00] and 1 + 1, = 1. Therefore f E LOO(D) and is a bounded P P operator from £p(D) to LOO(D). Now for any p E [1,00] and r E [1,00], we can represent as follows: pF U(D) If LOO(D) .!...

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