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  • Chen, Lifeng; Dong, Zhao; Jiang, Jifa; Niu, Lei; Zhai, Jianliang (2019)
    Motivated by the remarkable works of Busse and his collaborators in the 1980s on turbulent convection in a rotating layer, we explore the long-run behavior of stochastic Lotka-Volterra (LV) systems both in pull-back trajectories and in stationary measures. A decomposition formula is established to describe the relationship between the solutions of stochastic and deterministic LV systems and the stochastic logistic equation. By virtue of this formula, it can be verified that every pull-back omega limit set is an omega limit set of the deterministic LV system multiplied by the random equilibrium of the stochastic logistic equation. The formula is also used to derive the existence of a stationary measure, its support and ergodicity. We prove the tightness of stationary measures and that their weak limits are invariant with respect to the corresponding deterministic system and supported on the Birkhoff center. The developed theory is successfully utilized to completely classify three dimensional competitive stochastic LV systems into 37 classes. The expected occupation measures weakly converge to a strongly mixing measure and all stationary measures are obtained for each class except class 27 c). Among them there are two classes possessing a continuum of random closed orbits and strongly mixing measures supported on the cone surfaces, which weakly converge to the Haar measures of periodic orbits as the noise intensity vanishes. The class 27 c) is an exception, almost every pull-back trajectory cyclically oscillates around the boundary of the stochastic carrying simplex characterized by three unstable stationary solutions. The limit of the expected occupation measures is neither unique nor ergodic. These are consistent with symptoms of turbulence. (C) 2019 Elsevier Masson SAS. All rights reserved.
  • Armstrong, Scott; Ferguson, Samuel J.; Kuusi, Tuomo (2020)
    We prove large-scale C regularity for solutions of nonlinear elliptic equations with random coefficients, thereby obtaining a version of the statement of Hilbert's 19th problem in the context of homogenization. The analysis proceeds by iteratively improving three statements together: (i) the regularity of the homogenized Lagrangian L, (ii) the commutation of higher-order linearization and homogenization, and (iii) large-scale C0,1-type regularity for higher-order linearization errors. We consequently obtain a quantitative estimate on the scaling of linearization errors, a Liouville-type theorem describing the polynomially-growing solutions of the system of higher-order linearized equations, and an explicit (heterogenous analogue of the) Taylor series for an arbitrary solution of the nonlinear equations-with the remainder term optimally controlled. These results give a complete generalization to the nonlinear setting of the large-scale regularity theory in homogenization for linear elliptic equations.
  • Astala, Kari; Clop, Albert; Faraco, Daniel; Jääskeläinen, Jarmo; Koski, Aleksis (2017)
    We provide Schauder estimates for nonlinear Beltrami equations and lower bounds of the Jacobians for homeomorphic solutions. The results were announced in [1] but here we give detailed proofs. (C) 2016 Elsevier Masson SAS. All rights reserved.