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Speaker: Tomasz Klimsiak (Nicolaus Copernicus University)
Title: Non-semimartingale solutions to reflected BSDEs with applications to Dynkin games
Abstract: It is well known that the theory of Reflected BSDEs is well-posed under the Mokobodzki condition on the barriers L,U. This is due to the fact that by the very definition of a solution to RBSDE, its first component is a semimartingale that lies between the barriers - this is exactly the content of the (weak) Mokobodzki condition. However, there is an intimate connection between solutions of RBSDEs and value processes in Dynkin games and it is well known that in some instances the latter process is well defined even if Mokobodzki’s condition does not hold, so the natural question arises whether such a process solves in a unique way certain backward SDE. Our goal is to extend the notion of RBSDEs and provide the existence and uniqueness results to obtain a one-to-one correspondence between solutions of RBSDEs and value processes in nonlinear Dynkin games.
 Klimsiak, T.: Non-semimartingale solutions of reflected BSDEs and applications to Dynkin games. Stochastic Process. Appl. 134 (2021) 208–239
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