We propose isomorphism-type identities for nonlinear functionals of general infinitely divisible processes. Such identities can be viewed as an analogy of the Cameron–Martin formula for Poissonian infinitely divisible processes but with random translations. The applicability of such tools relies on precise understanding of Lévy measures of infinitely divisible processes and their representations, which are studied here in full generality. We illustrate this approach on examples of squared Bessel processes, Feller diffusions, permanental processes, as well as Lévy processes.
"Representations and isomorphism identities for infinitely divisible processes." Ann. Probab. 46 (6) 3229 - 3274, November 2018. https://doi.org/10.1214/17-AOP1246