If I want to show that a stochastic process is not mean square differentiable, is it enough to show, that the process $a.s.$ does not have differentiable sample paths?
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Found the following statement:
So if your process is sepearable and the sample paths aren't differentiable almost everywhere, the process won't be mean square differentiable.