We study an evolution problem in the space of continuous loops in a three-dimensional Euclidean space modeled upon the dynamics of vortex lines in 3d incompressible and inviscid fluids. We establish existence of a local solution starting from Holder regular loops with index greater than 1/3. When the Holder regularity of the initial condition X is smaller or equal to 1/2, we require X to be a rough path in the sense of Lyons [Rev. Mat. Iberoamericana 14 (1998) 215-310, System Control and Rough Paths (2002). Oxford Univ. Press]. The solution will then live in an appropriate space of rough paths. In particular, we can construct (local) solution starting from almost every Brownian loop.
Annals of Probability
Bessaih, Hakima; Gubinelli, M.; and Russo, F. (2005). "The Evolution of a Random Vortex Filament." Annals of Probability 33.5, 1825-1855.