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By Da Prato G., Zabczyk J.

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Let in fact ρ ∈ Cb∞ (H) be nonnegative, with compact support and such that H ρ(x)dx = 1. Then it is easy to see that setting ϕt (x) = t−n ρ H x−y t ϕ(y)dy, t > 0, we have ϕt ∈ Cb∞ (H) and limt→0 ϕ − ϕt 0 =0. If dim H = ∞, it was proved in 1954 by J. Kurtzweil [152] that there exists a sequence (ϕε ) ⊂ U Cb (H) ∩ C ∞ (H) such that limε→0 supx∈H |ϕ(x) − ϕε (x)| = 0. However in 1973 A. S. Nemirowski and S. M. Semenov [176] proved that U Cb2 (H) is not dense in U Cb (H), whereas U Cb1,1 (H) is. We will give now a proof of this last result following J.

Next we consider the function f → eWf . 9) i λWf (x) e − 12 λ2 |f |2 NQ (dx) = e , λ ∈ R. H Proof. 9) follows. 8) it follows that eWf − eWg 2 e2Wf − 2eWf +g + e2Wg dNQ dNQ = H H 2 1 2 2 2 = e2|f | − 2e 2 |f +g| + e2|g| = e|f | − e|g| 2 2 + 2e|f | 2 +|g|2 1 1 − e− 2 |f −g| 2 , which shows that Wf is locally uniformly continuous on H. Let us deﬁne the determinant of 1 + S where S is a compact self-adjoint operator in L1 (H) : ∞ det (1 + S) = (1 + sk ), k=1 14 Chapter 1 where (sk ) is the sequence of eigenvalues of S (repeated according to their multiplicity).

Let (gk ) be a complete orthonormal system that diagonalizes 1 + S, that is (1 + S)gk = τk gk , k ∈ N, where (τk ) are the eigenvalues of 1 + S. Let us consider two measures µ ˆ and νˆ on R∞ ∞ µ ˆ= ∞ N1 , νˆ = k=1 Nτk , k=1 and the mapping ψ ψ:R ∞ ∞ → H, c = (ck ) → ψ(c) = ck Q1/2 gk , k=1 with value 0 if the series is not convergent in H. Then we have µ = ψ◦µ ˆ, ν = ψ ◦ νˆ. 5 µ ˆ and νˆ are equivalent since ∞ H(ˆ µ, νˆ) = k=1 4τk > 0, (1 + τk )2 and so µ and ν are equivalent as well. Assume that µ = NQ and ν = NR are equivalent.