Eigenvalues, Inequalities, and Ergodic Theory (Probability by Mu-Fa Chen

By Mu-Fa Chen

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14 simplifies greatly our study of couplings for general jump processes, since the marginality (MP) of a coupling process is reduced to the rather simpler marginality (MO) of the corresponding operators. The hard but most important part of the theorem is the second assertion, since there are infinitely many coupling operators having no unified expression. Markovian couplings for diffusions We now turn to study the couplings for diffusion processes in Rd with secondorder differential operator d L= d ∂2 ∂ 1 aij (x) + bi (x) .

In some publications, one proves such a result by constructing a coupling measure µ ˜ such that µ ˜{(x, y) : x ≺ y} = 1. Of course, such a proof is lengthy. So we now introduce a very short proof based on the coupling argument. Consider a birth–death process with rate a(k) ≡ 1, bλ (k) = λ µλ (k + 1) = ↑ as λ ↑ . µλ (k) k+1 Denote by P λ (t) the corresponding process. It should be clear that P λ (t) ≺ P λ (t) whenever λ λ [cf. 41 in the 2nd edition)]. Then, by the ergodic theorem, µλ (f ) = lim P λ (t)f t→∞ lim P λ (t)f = µλ (f ) t→∞ for all f ∈ M .

Lindvall (1992), and H. Thorrison (2000) for much more information. The coupling method is now a powerful tool in statistics, called “copulas” (cf. B. Nelssen (1999)). It is also an active research topic in PDE and related fields, named “optimal transportation” (cf. T. Rachev and L. Ruschendorf (1998), L. Ambrosio et al. (2003), C. Villani (2003)). Y. Wang (1993b) [see also Chen (1994a)], on the estimation of the first nontrivial eigenvalue (spectral gap) by couplings. 40. Let L be an operator of a Markov process (Xt )t 0 .

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