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2 ([ 0, min {s; t}] x [0, min { 1 - s; 1 - t}] ) = min {s; t}( I - max {s; t}) = min {s; t} - st. 3). s t Fig 7. The indicator model of a Brownian bridge. Modelling the Covariances 44 Section 6 The model of a Levy's Brownian function over a metric space. Let (T, p) be a metric space with a signed point a. 3) such that me =0 and Jlms-mtfdv = p(s,t). Sf It turns out that the most interesting situation, rich in content for the theory of Brownian functions, is when the parametric space T is a space of integrable functions.

The relationship to differential equations. the place of the Wiener process in limit theorems. 32 Examples of Gaussian Random Functions Section 5 . Proposition 1. If Wt is a Wiener process, then the process W, == Wt - tWI is a Brownian bridge. (b) If W, is a Brownian bridge and ~ is an 9,[(0, I)-distributed random vari(a) able independent of ess. w" then the process W t == W, + t~ is a Wiener proc- Proof. 5 I t Fig. 5. A typical sample path of the Brownian bridge (computer simulation). The proposition just proved can be interpreted as follows: The Brownian bridge is the error of linear interpolation of the Wiener process given its values at the time instants o and 1.

The frac- tional Brownian motion of index a is a zero-mean Gaussian process W (a) with the covariance function (11) For a = 1, we have a Wiener process again. 3) of formula (2). 3) a process with stationary increments and satisfies the self-similarity condition, which in this case means that, for any c> 0, the process {c-1 WC~~~" index t ~ O} is a fractional Brownian motion of the same a. Let us find the spectral measure v of the process solution of the equation W(a). 7), it is a Solving this equation gives us v(du) = (27t)-1 sin (7ta/2)r(a + 1) 1U 1- 1- a duo For a '" 1, the increments of a fractional Brownian motion are generally dependent, and this dependence increases as a grows.