A note on Malliavin smoothness on the Lévy space
Laukkarinen, E. (2017). A note on Malliavin smoothness on the Lévy space. Electronic Communications in Probability, 22, Article 34. https://doi.org/10.1214/17-ECP65
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We consider Malliavin calculus based on the Itô chaos decomposition of square integrable random variables on the Lévy space. We show that when a random variable satisfies a certain measurability condition, its differentiability and fractional differentiability can be determined by weighted Lebesgue spaces. The measurability condition is satisfied for all random variables if the underlying Lévy process is a compound Poisson process on a finite time interval.
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