By K. David Elworthy, Yves Le Jan, Xue-Mei Li

Filtering is the technological know-how of nding the legislation of a strategy given a partial remark of it. the most gadgets we examine listed here are di usion techniques. those are evidently linked to second-order linear di erential operators that are semi-elliptic and so introduce a probably degenerate Riemannian constitution at the kingdom area. actually, a lot of what we speak about is just approximately such operators intertwined by means of a tender map, the \projection from the nation area to the observations space", and doesn't contain any stochastic research. From the viewpoint of stochastic tactics, our function is to give and to check the underlying geometric constitution which permits us to accomplish the ltering in a Markovian framework with the ensuing conditional legislations being that of a Markov approach that's time inhomogeneous regularly. This geometry depends on the logo of the operator at the nation house which initiatives to a logo at the remark house. The projectible image induces a (possibly non-linear and in part de ned) connection which lifts the commentary procedure to the country area and offers a decomposition of the operator at the kingdom area and of the noise. As is usual we will get well the classical ltering concept within which the observations will not be often Markovian through program of the Girsanov- Maruyama-Cameron-Martin Theorem. This constitution we've is tested on the subject of a few geometrical topics.

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Via this map, an equivariant diffusion generator B on P induces a differential operator B ρ ≡ Fρ (B) on Γ(F ), of order at most 2, by Fρ (B)(Fρ (Z)) = Fρ [B(Z)], Z ∈ Mρ (P ; V ). 18) Here B has been extended trivially to act on V -valued functions. Note that the definition makes sense since, B(Z)(ug) = B (Z ◦ Rg ) (u) = B ρ(g)−1 Z (u) = ρ(g)−1 B(Z)(u). 4. Associated Vector Bundles and Generalised Weitzenb¨ock Formulae 47 For such a representation ρ let ρ∗ : g → L(V ; V ) be the induced representation of the Lie algebra g (the derivative of ρ at the identity).

11, let P be the special orthonormal frame bundle of the two-dimensional horizontal distribution of the Heisenberg group H, whose fibre at (x, y, z) ∈ H are orthogonal frames with values in E = span{X, Y }. Note that E, and so P , is trivialised by the left action of H and using this we shall consider P as the product H × SO(2) with projection (x, y, z, A) → (x, y, z). The actual frames are compositions of the rotation A on (u, v) and the map (u, v) → (u, v, 12 (xu − yv)). Identifying SO(2) with the circle S 1 the bundle P becomes a principal bundle with group S 1 acting on the right to be written as: π : H × S 1 → H.

2. Chapter 3 Equivariant Diffusions on Principal Bundles Let M be a smooth finite dimensional manifold and P (M, G) a principal fibre bundle over M with structure group G a Lie group. Denote by π : P → M the projection and Ra right translation by a. e. for all f ∈ C 2 (P ; R), Bf ◦ Ra = B(f ◦ Ra ), a ∈ G. a Set f a (u) = f (ua). Then the above equality can be written as Bf a = (Bf ) . The operator B induces an operator A on the base manifold M . 1) which is well defined since a B (f ◦ π) (u · a) = B ((f ◦ π) ) (u) = B ((f ◦ π)) (u).