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T h e o r e m I I I . l - Let T be a bounded operator on $, The following two assertions are equivalent : i) Et T = T Et, for all t in M+ ii) T l belongs to Q and there exists a family of bounded processes (HZ) such that /•OO T = T1J+V / H$(s)da%(s) ~ a JO on all $ . Remark Because of our conventions, the operators a» are nor creation, nor annihila tion, but only conservation processes. Proof i)=> ii) Let (Mt)t>0 be the (bounded) martingale associated to T, that is, Mt = (Et T ) | # t ] ® I, # [ , = (TEt)ltt]

Sauvageot, From Classical Geometry to Quantum Stochastic Flows : An Example, to appear in Quantum Probability and Applications 7 (World Scientific) Quantum Probability and Related Topics Vol. VIII (pp. 37-46) ©1993 World Scientific Publishing Company C H A R A C T E R I Z A T I O N S OF SOME O P E R A T O R S ON F O C K SPACE Stephane ATTAL Universite Louis Pasteur Departement de mathematiques 7, rue Rene Descartes 67084 Strasbourg Cedex, France I Introduction On the boson Fock space <£ we study operators which commute with all the projections (also called conditional expectations) 2Et from $ onto the Fock space $ ( ] over L 2 ([0,t]).

E - K + , £ ( / ) , the associated coherent vector. Let L2h(M+;G) be the space of locally bounded elements of L2(M,G)Let S (resp. Sib) be the linear space generated by the vectors e(f) when / ranges over L 2 (7R+;S)(resp. L2b(R+; Q)). , 7 will be understood to be running over Af, those at the end of the alphabet p, a, r will run over AT = Af U {0}, but the pairs (p, a) will be understood to run over M =W \ {(0,0)} only. 2) Ite(ft]) = J2 f fa(s)he{fa])dW? O, J° +£ fr(s)H*(s)e(fa])dWf. 1). 49 Let F be any element of <£, then F can be written /•OO F = E[F] + J2 / GtdWf, where G is a previsible process.