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

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In classical physics, a property is represented by a subset of the set Q. The set P(

Q) of all subsets of Q is a complete lattice ... On the contrary, 3ia, the set of

classes of

algebra ...

In classical physics, a property is represented by a subset of the set Q. The set P(

Q) of all subsets of Q is a complete lattice ... On the contrary, 3ia, the set of

classes of

**Borel sets**in R modulo an element of the kernel of E, is a Booleanalgebra ...

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The complete Boolean lattice 36, is defined as the lattice of families of elements A

, , t e R, which are

zero. The observable q" is then given by (y({4,})?),(*) = *„,(*)?,(*), where %A,(x) ...

The complete Boolean lattice 36, is defined as the lattice of families of elements A

, , t e R, which are

**Borel sets**in R3 modulo the**Borel sets**of Lebesgue measurezero. The observable q" is then given by (y({4,})?),(*) = *„,(*)?,(*), where %A,(x) ...

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We have thus found a countable family that generates all the

any complete separable metric space, the Borel field of

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

...

We have thus found a countable family that generates all the

**Borel sets**: (3.18) Inany complete separable metric space, the Borel field of

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

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### Contents

E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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