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A remainder estimate for branched rough differential equations. (English) Zbl 1510.60092

Summary: Based on two isomorphisms of Hopf algebras, we provide a bound in the optimal order on the remainder of the truncated Taylor expansion for controlled differential equations driven by branched rough paths.

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60L20 Rough paths
60L70 Algebraic structures and computation
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