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Publication# THE COMPACT SUPPORT PROPERTY FOR SOLUTIONS TO THE STOCHASTIC PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH COLORED NOISE

Abstract

We study the compact support property for solutions of the following stochastic partial differential equations: partial derivative tu=aijuxixj(t,x)+biuxi(t,x)+cu+h(t,x,u(t,x))F-center dot(t,x),(t,x)is an element of(0,infinity)xRd,where F-center dot is a spatially homogeneous Gaussian noise that is white in time and colored in space, and h(t,x,u) satisfies K-1|u|lambda = 0 has a compact support, then, under the reinforced Dalang's condition on F-center dot (which guarantees the existence and the H & ouml;lder continuity of a weak solution), all nonnegative weak solutions u(t,& sdot;) have the compact support for all t>0 with probability 1. Our results extend the works by Mueller-Perkins [Probab. Theory Relat. Fields, 93(3):325--358, 1992] and Krylov [Probab. Theory Relat. Fields, 108(4):543--557, 1997], in which they show the compact support property only for the one-dimensional SPDEs driven by space-time white noise on (0,infinity)xR

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