A translation from the German of an article appearing in Archives for Mathematics, Vol. I, No. 13, 1949. The paper deals with the representation of stationary stochastic processes in terms of simple functions of time. Necessary and sufficient conditions are given for the validity of such representations, and applications to the theory of linear prediction are presented.
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