#### Title

Left-inverses of fractional Laplacian and sparse stochastic processes

#### Abbreviated Journal Title

Adv. Comput. Math.

#### Keywords

Fractional Laplacian; Riesz potential; Impulsive Poisson noise; Fractional stochastic process; Stochastic partial differential operator; FRACTAL PROCESSES; Mathematics, Applied

#### Abstract

The fractional Laplacian (-Delta)(gamma/2) commutes with the primary coordination transformations in the Euclidean space Rd: dilation, translation and rotation, and has tight link to splines, fractals and stable Levy processes. For 0 < gamma < d, its inverse is the classical Riesz potential I-gamma which is dilationinvariant and translation-invariant. In this work, we investigate the functional properties (continuity, decay and invertibility) of an extended class of differential operators that share those invariance properties. In particular, we extend the definition of the classical Riesz potential I-gamma to any noninteger number. larger than d and show that it is the unique left-inverse of the fractional Laplacian (-Delta)(gamma/2) which is dilation-invariant and translationinvariant. We observe that, for any 1 = p=8 and. = d(1 -1/ p), there exists a Schwartz function f such that I. f is not p-integrable. We then introduce the new unique left-inverse I-gamma,I- p of the fractional Laplacian (-Delta)(gamma/2) with the property that I., p is dilation-invariant (but not translation-invariant) and that I-gamma,I- p f is p-integrable for any Schwartz function f. We finally apply that linear operator I-gamma,I- p with p = 1 to solve the stochastic partial differential equation (-Delta)(gamma/2) Phi = w with white Poisson noise as its driving term w.

#### Journal Title

Advances in Computational Mathematics

#### Volume

36

#### Issue/Number

3

#### Publication Date

1-1-2012

#### Document Type

Article

#### Language

English

#### First Page

399

#### Last Page

441

#### WOS Identifier

#### ISSN

1019-7168

#### Recommended Citation

"Left-inverses of fractional Laplacian and sparse stochastic processes" (2012). *Faculty Bibliography 2010s*. 2533.

http://stars.library.ucf.edu/facultybib2010/2533

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