Path-dependent partial differential equations (PPDEs) are natural objects to study when one deals with non-Markovian models. Recently, after the introduction of the so-called pathwise (or functional or Dupire) calculus [see Dupire (2009)], in the case of finite-dimensional underlying space various papers have been devoted to studying the well-posedness of such kind of equations, both from the point of view of regular solutions [see, e.g., Dupire (2009) and Cont (2016) Stochastic Integration by Parts and Functional Itô Calculus 115–207, Birkhäuser] and viscosity solutions [see, e.g., Ekren et al. (2014) Ann. Probab. 42 204–236]. In this paper, motivated by the study of models driven by path-dependent stochastic PDEs, we give a first well-posedness result for viscosity solutions of PPDEs when the underlying space is a separable Hilbert space. We also observe that, in contrast with the finite-dimensional case, our well-posedness result, even in the Markovian case, applies to equations which cannot be treated, up to now, with the known theory of viscosity solutions.
"Path-dependent equations and viscosity solutions in infinite dimension." Ann. Probab. 46 (1) 126 - 174, January 2018. https://doi.org/10.1214/17-AOP1181