We establish the singularity with respect to Lebesgue measure as a function of time of the conditional probability distribution that the sum of two one-dimensional Brownian motions will exit from the unit interval before time t, given the trajectory of the second Brownian motion up to the same time. On the way of doing so we show that if one solves the one-dimensional heat equation with zero condition on a trajectory of a one-dimensional Brownian motion, which is the lateral boundary, then for each moment of time with probability one the normal derivative of the solution is zero, provided that the diffusion of the Brownian motion is sufficiently large.
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The author was partially supported by NSF Grant DMS-1160569.
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- Filtering of partially observable diffusion processes
- Heat equation in domains with irregular lateral boundaries
- Stochastic partial differential equations