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Bottcher where more details are given. E. F’raenkel 8, we use the special structure of symbols in MS(R) and some elementary results: I tanh(x + iy) I I1 -&J , sin2 y x E R and y E (-- 7r7r -), 2’ 2 (29) 41 1 sech2(z+ iy)l 5 cy(l + Jz12)-f, z E R , y E (--,72 r -)T2 and r 2 0, (30) and (sech’ z)’ = -(sech2 z ) tanh z. A. (31) 5 Recall that sech z = Note that for IyI 5 C < (where C is a constant) we get the right hand side of (30) independent of y. Now, for q = qm,s,a,b E MS(R) we find the estimates by observing the structure of the derivatives.
1. I n t r o d u c t i o n The importance of thin vortex structures in 3D turbulence has been discussed intensively in the last ten years, see 4 , Some mathematical models of vortex filaments, based on stochastic processes, have been proposed by Chorin 4, Gallavotti Lions-Majda 14, Flandoli 5, Flandoli-Gubinelli and Flandoli-Minelli The importance of these models for the statistics of turbulence or for the understanding of 3D Euler equations is under investigation. The limit properties (mean field) of a collection of many interacting vortices has been investigated by P.
Rockner, A n introduction t o the theory of (non-symmetirc) Dirichlet forms. Universitext. Springer Verlag, Berlin 1992. 20. Schilling, R. , Conservativeness and extensions of Feller semigroups. Positivity 2 (1998), pp. 239-256. 21. , T h e Meixner process: Theory and applications in finance. Preprint 2002. 22. Schoutens, W. and J. L. Teugels, Le'wy processes, polynomials and martingales. Commun. -Stochastic Models 14 (1,2) (1998), pp. 335-349. K. E-mail: z. uk In this paper we study It8 integral in 2-smooth Banach spaces.
Probabilistic methods in fluids : proceedings of the Swansea 2002 Workshop : Wales, UK, 14-19 April 2002 by I M Davies; University of Wales Swansea. International Research Institute in Mathematics and its Applications.; et al