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# y = Ay, n = 2,3,. of the processes y has sample paths in H = H(KK is the covariance of y . Proof. The operator A is continuous, by Proposition II.2. Hence, H(K) is H(R). Also, A is an isometry between H(R) and

DOI link for y = Ay, n = 2,3,. of the processes y has sample paths in H = H(KK is the covariance of y . Proof. The operator A is continuous, by Proposition II.2. Hence, H(K) is H(R). Also, A is an isometry between H(R) and

y = Ay, n = 2,3,. of the processes y has sample paths in H = H(KK is the covariance of y . Proof. The operator A is continuous, by Proposition II.2. Hence, H(K) is H(R). Also, A is an isometry between H(R) and book

# y = Ay, n = 2,3,. of the processes y has sample paths in H = H(KK is the covariance of y . Proof. The operator A is continuous, by Proposition II.2. Hence, H(K) is H(R). Also, A is an isometry between H(R) and

DOI link for y = Ay, n = 2,3,. of the processes y has sample paths in H = H(KK is the covariance of y . Proof. The operator A is continuous, by Proposition II.2. Hence, H(K) is H(R). Also, A is an isometry between H(R) and

y = Ay, n = 2,3,. of the processes y has sample paths in H = H(KK is the covariance of y . Proof. The operator A is continuous, by Proposition II.2. Hence, H(K) is H(R). Also, A is an isometry between H(R) and book

## ABSTRACT

A. The Hilbert subspace of X** associated with a covariance operator