# Estimates for Distributions of Hölder Semi-Norms of Random Processes from Fψ(Ω) Spaces, Defined on the Interval [0,∞)

### Abstract

In the present article we study properties of random processes from the Banach spaces Fψ(Ω). Estimates are obtained for distributions of semi-norms of sample functions of processes from Fψ(Ω) spaces, defined on the infinite interval [0,∞), in Hölder spaces.### References

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