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Consider the mapping W , W : Q1/2 (H) ⊂ H → L2 (H, µ), z → Wz , Wz (x) = x, Q−1/2 z , x ∈ H. 23) and so the mapping W is an isometry. Since Q1/2 (H) is dense in H the mapping W can be uniquely extended to H. It is called the white noise mapping. 28 Let n ∈ N, z1 , . . , zn ∈ H. Then the law of (Wz1 , . . ,n . 24) The random variables Wz1 , . . , Wzn are independent if and only if z1 , . . , zn are mutually orthogonal. Proof. Let N PN x = x, ei ei , i=1 x ∈ H, N ∈ N. 24 Then, since W is an isomorphism, we have lim (WPN z1 , .

Prove that VT (f ) = +∞. e. e. 7 Set n |B(tk ) − B(tk−1 )|2 , Jσ = k=1 for σ = {0 = t0 < t1 < · · · < tn = T } ∈ Σ. Then we have lim Jσ = T |σ|→0 in L2 (Ω, F , P). 8) Proof. Let σ = {0 = t0 < t1 < · · · < tn = T } ∈ Σ. Then we have Ω |Jσ − T |2 dP = Ω Jσ2 dP − 2T Ω Jσ dP + T 2 . 10) k=1 Chapter 3 41 since B(tk ) − B(tk−1 ) is a Gaussian random variable with law Ntk −tk−1 . Moreover 2 n Ω |Jσ |2 dP = Ω k=1 |B(tk ) − B(tk−1 )|2 dP n = Ω k=1 |B(tk ) − B(tk−1 )|4 dP n +2 h

9), we obtain n Ω as |σ| → 0. 8 Let B be a Brownian motion in a probability space (Ω, F , P) and let T > 0. Then, for almost all ω ∈ Ω, the total variation of B(·)(ω) in [0, T ] is inﬁnite. Proof. Set Γ1 = {ω ∈ Ω : t → B(t)(ω) is continuous}. 1 that P(Γ1 ) = 1. 7 it follows that there exists a sequence (σn ) of decompositions of [0, T ] and a set Γ2 ⊂ F of probability 1 such that lim Jσn (ω) = T n→∞ for all ω ∈ Γ2 . 6 we know that VT (B(·)(ω)) = +∞ for all ω ∈ Γ1 ∩ Γ2 . Since P(Γ1 ∩ Γ2 ) = 1 the conclusion follows.