Ergodicity of stochastic Cahn-Hilliard equations with logarithmic potentials driven by degenerate or nondegenerate noises

by   Ludovic Goudenège, et al.

We study the asymptotic properties of the stochastic Cahn-Hilliard equation with the logarithmic free energy by establishing different dimension-free Harnack inequalities according to various kinds of noises. The main characteristics of this equation are the singularities of the logarithmic free energy at 1 and –1 and the conservation of the mass of the solution in its spatial variable. Both the space-time colored noise and the space-time white noise are considered. For the highly degenerate space-time colored noise, the asymptotic log-Harnack inequality is established under the so-called essentially elliptic conditions. And the Harnack inequality with power is established for non-degenerate space-time white noise.



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