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By William Feller

ISBN-10: 0471257117

ISBN-13: 9780471257110

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This example generalizes the previous one, because it reduces to it when Yt¡e = Yt'¡ and Yt = 0 if two or more coordinates of t are positive. Some Notation From now on, if Í is an optional or a predictable increasing path and X is a process indexed by II [0], we will write X[ instead of Xr, and Xr instead of (X[, n e N [N]). If X is adapted, then X[ is immeasurable for all n e Ñ [N], in other_words, Xr is adapted to jF"r. Let us stress that Xr is a process indexed by N or N according as X is indexed by I or D.

With the hypotheses and notation of Theorem 1, // sup, E(\X,\P) < ^forsomep > 1, then E(sup,(|5,|/) < oo. 2, it is sufficient to prove that E(sup,(|Z,|/) 9 ) < °°- Clearly, we can assume that q > 1. Choose s > 0 sufficiently small, in such a way that g(l + s) < p. 4 CASE WHERE THE RANDOM VARIABLES ARE IDENTICALLY DISTRIBUTED For identically distributed random variables, the theorems of the previous sections can be refined.

Let (X„ t e D) be a family of independent random variables with values in B. For all r e d , set S, = E s <, Xs. If sup,(||S,||/<0) < °° and ECsup^lf^T,||/)^) < oo for some p e R + , then ECsup f (||S < ||/0< ~. Proof. Let CQ(B) denote the vector space consisting of all families x = (JC„, « G ¡) of elements of B such that lim u ^ K xu - 0. Equipped with the norm ||x|U = sup u |U„||, CQ(B) is a separable Banach space. For all / e 0, set * , = (*,", tí e I), where Clearly, (Xt, t e D) is a family of independent random variables with values in CQ(B).

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