This paper is on developing stochastic analysis simultaneously under a general family of probability measures that are not dominated by a single probability measure. The interest in this question originates from the probabilistic representations of fully nonlinear partial differential equations and applications to mathematical finance. The existing literature relies either on the capacity theory (Denis and Martini ), or on the underlying nonlinear partial differential equation (Peng ). In both approaches, the resulting theory requires certain smoothness, the so called quasi-sure continuity, of the corresponding processes and random variables in terms of the underlying canonical process. In this paper, we investigate this question for a larger class of “non-smooth” processes, but with a restricted family of non-dominated probability measures. For smooth processes, our approach leads to similar results as in previous literature, provided the restricted family satisfies an additional density property.
- Non-dominated probability measures
- Quasi-sure stochastic analysis
- Uncertain volatility model
- Weak solutions of SDEs
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Statistics and Probability
- Statistics, Probability and Uncertainty