The aim of the present work is the introduction of a viscosity type solution, called $strong$-$viscosity$ $solution$ emphasizing also a similarity with the existing notion of $strong$ $solution$ in the literature. It has the following peculiarities: it is a purely analytic object; it can be easily adapted to more general equations than classical partial differential equations. First, we introduce the notion of strong-viscosity solution for semilinear parabolic partial differential equations, defining it, in a few words, as the pointwise limit of classical solutions to perturbed semilinear parabolic partial differential equations; we compare it with the standard definition of viscosity solution. Afterwards, we extend the concept of strong-viscosity solution to the case of semilinear parabolic path-dependent partial differential equations, providing an existence and uniqueness result.
"STRONG-VISCOSITY SOLUTIONS: CLASSICAL AND PATH-DEPENDENT PDEs." Osaka J. Math. 56 (2) 323 - 373, April 2019.