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This question follows from the answer I gave to the question "Wiener Meets Sobolev".

I was wondering in the context of White Noise Space if the Local Time at $x$ of a pre-Brownian motion is a notion that can be properly defined.

Best regards.

Edit: I have found a paper by Nualart and Vives "Chaos Expansions and Local Times" that allows to expand the local time into a Wiener Chaos expansion, but I cannot yet connect the dots to make it live into the White noise space. Any help appreciated.

Here is a link to the Nualart and Vives paper.

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