We investigate existence, uniqueness and regularity for local solutions of rough parabolic equations with subcritical noise of the form dut−Ltutdt=N(ut)dt+∑i=1dFi(ut)dXti where (Lt)t∈[0,T] is a time-dependent family of unbounded operators acting on some scale of Banach spaces, while X≡(X,X) is a two-step (non-necessarily geometric) rough path of Hölder regularity γ>1/3. Besides dealing with non-autonomous evolution equations, our results also allow for unbounded operations in the noise term (up to some critical loss of regularity depending on that of the rough path X). As a technical tool, we introduce a version of the multiplicative sewing lemma, which allows to construct the so called product integrals in infinite dimensions. We later use it to construct a semigroup analogue for the non-autonomous linear PDEs as well as show how to deduce the semigroup version of the usual sewing lemma from it.
- Multiplicative Sewing lemma
- Rough partial differential equations
- Rough path
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