In this thesis the regularity of (semi-)linear second order SPDEs of Itô type on general bounded Lipschitz domains is analysed. The non-linear approximation scales of Besov spaces are used to measure the regularity with respect to the space variable, the time regularity being measured first in terms of integrability and afterwards in terms of Hölder norms. In particular, it is shown that in specific situations the spatial Besov regularity of the solution in the non-linear approximation scales is generically higher than its corresponding classical Sobolev regularity. This indicates that it is worth developing spatially adaptive wavelet methods for solving SPDEs instead of using uniform alternatives.
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