A note of spaces of test and generalized functions of Poisson white noise

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Lytvynov, E.;
  • Subject: Mathematics - Probability

The paper is devoted to construction and investigation of some riggings of the $L^2$-space of Poisson white noise. A particular attention is paid to the existence of a continuous version of a function from a test space, and to the property of an algebraic structure unde... View more
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