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19) where ψ(x, s) = 0, x∈Δ. 20) The probabilistic meaning of ψ(x, s) follows from the equality ∞ 0 e−st p(t, Δ)dt = ψ(x, s)dx. 16) the following assertion. 31. Let the considered Levy process have a continuous density. 22) (sI − LΔ )f, ψ(x, s) Δ = f (0) holds. 32. 22) was deduced by M. Kac  and for the non-symmetric stable processes it was deduced in our works [144, 146, 147]. 33. It is known that stable processes, variance damped Levy processes, variance Gamma processes, the normal inverse Gaussian process, and the Meixner process have continuous densities (see ).
Donsker  for the case when Δ = (−∞, a]. We express the important function ψ(x, s) with the help of the quasi-potential B. 6. 35. Let the considered Levy process have continuous density and let the quasi-potential B be regular. 22). Proof. 4) we have −BLΔ f = f, f ∈ CΔ . 24) imply that (sI − LΔ )f, ψ(x, s) Δ = − (I + sB)LΔ f, ψ Δ = − LΔ f, Φ(0, x) Δ . 22) is valid. 22). 26) is valid. 26) in the form LΔ f, (I + sB ∗ )ϕ Δ = 0. 4) the range of LΔ is dense in Lp (Δ). 27) we have ϕ = 0. The theorem is proved.
13) implies that ϕ(x) ∈ Lp [−2c, 2c]. The proposition is proved. 51 that the operator B is bounded in all the spaces Lp (−c, c), p ≥ 1. We shall prove that the operator B is compact. 52. 50 be fulﬁlled. Then the operator B is compact in all the spaces Lp (−c, c), p ≥ 1. Proof. Let us consider the operator B ∗ in the space Lq (−c, c), 1/p + 1/q = 1. 14) where the functions fn (x) → 0 in the weak sense. 14) can be represented in the form B ∗ fn = c −c c+(y−x−|x−y|)/2 q(t, t − y + x)dtdy. 15) we see that B ∗ fn → 0, that is, the operator B ∗ is compact.