Carlo Bellingeri (TU Berlin)
Considered one of the key identities in classical analysis, the Euler-McLaurin formula is one of the standard tool to relate sums and integrals, with remarkable applications in many areas of mathematics, though with little use in stochastic analysis. In this talk, we will show how the notion of signatures can generalize this identity in the context of Young's integration. If time allows I will also discuss some Possible relations with rough analysis for future projects.
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