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A function defined on Co(B) is said to be Wiener measurable if it is measurable and the function is said to be Wiener integrable if it is integrable with respect to m%. Now, we introduce Wiener integration theorem without proof. For the proof, see Ref. [11]. 1. Let t = (£1,^2,• • • ,tk) be given with 0 = to < *
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