This paper investigates sample paths properties of φ-sub-Gaussian processes by means of entropy methods. Basing on a particular entropy integral, we treat the questions on continuity and the rate of growth of sample paths. The obtained results are then used to investigate the sample paths properties for a particular class of φ-sub-Gaussian processes related to the random heat equation. We derive the estimates for the distribution of suprema of such processes and evaluate their rate of growth.
We consider a Cauchy problem for stochastic heat equation driven by a real harmonizable fractional stable process Z with Hurst parameter $H>1/2$ and stability index $\alpha >1$. It is shown that the approximations for its solution, which are defined by truncating the LePage series for Z, converge to the solution.