Convolution algebra for extended Feller convolution
Le Roux, Christiaan
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We apply the recently introduced framework of admissible homomorphisms in the form of a convolution algebra of C2-valued admissible homomorphisms to handle two-dimensional uni-directional homogeneous stochastic kernels. The algebra product is a non-commutative extension of the Feller convolution needed for an adequate operator representation of such kernels: a pair of homogeneous transition functions uni-directionally intertwined by the extended Chapman–Kolmogorov equation is a convolution empathy; the associated Fokker–Planck equations are re-written as an implicit Cauchy equation expressed in terms of admissible homomorphisms. The conditions of solvability of such implicit evolution equations follow from the consideration of generators of a convolution empathy
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