## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 72N. Zanichelli, 1979 - Nuclear physics |

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This algebraic realization AH can be determined as a triple ( I " , D , v ) , where D (

the domain of individuals of AH ) is the set of all

is a function which associates an interpretation to the nonlogical symbols and ...

This algebraic realization AH can be determined as a triple ( I " , D , v ) , where D (

the domain of individuals of AH ) is the set of all

**Borel**- subsets of the real line ; vis a function which associates an interpretation to the nonlogical symbols and ...

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We have thus found a countable family that generates all the

In any complete separable metric space , the

generated ( separable ) . This result can be extended , in a corollary to a result ...

We have thus found a countable family that generates all the

**Borel**sets : ( 3 . 18 )In any complete separable metric space , the

**Borel**field of**Borel**sets is countablygenerated ( separable ) . This result can be extended , in a corollary to a result ...

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To make this precise , let us call significant events in an ideal experiment with

partition { An } = G C F exactly the members of the

G . We now stipulate first that , if that ideal experiment has outcome sequence o ...

To make this precise , let us call significant events in an ideal experiment with

partition { An } = G C F exactly the members of the

**Borel**field BG CF generated byG . We now stipulate first that , if that ideal experiment has outcome sequence o ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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