Given a Gaussian stationary increment processes, we show that a Skorokhod-Hitsuda stochastic integral with respect to this process, which obeys the Wick-Itô calculus rules, can be naturally defined using ideas taken from Hida’s white noise space theory. We use the Bochner-Minlos theorem to associate a probability space to the process, and define the counterpart of the S-transform in this space. We then use this transform to define the stochastic integral and prove an associated Itô formula.
D. Alpay and A. Kipnis. A generalized white noise space approach to stochastic integration for a class of Gaussian stationary increment processes. Opuscula Mathematica, vol. 33 (2013), pp. 395-417.