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

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Let C be a maximal pairwise orthogonal subset of B': then B u C is a basis for the

whole 3P so that, for every a e &, 2 + + 2 <aly> = Take now any state a in B'; we

have 2 <al/?> = 0,

Let C be a maximal pairwise orthogonal subset of B': then B u C is a basis for the

whole 3P so that, for every a e &, 2 + + 2 <aly> = Take now any state a in B'; we

have 2 <al/?> = 0,

**hence**yec pes 2 <a|y> = 1, showing that B' is a subspace.Page 158

Note that the integral on the right-hand side is the absolute mean deviation of p(x

), and represents an alternative definition of the dispersion of p(x);

generally be of the same order of magnitude as d (for instance, for a Gaussian it ...

Note that the integral on the right-hand side is the absolute mean deviation of p(x

), and represents an alternative definition of the dispersion of p(x);

**hence**, it willgenerally be of the same order of magnitude as d (for instance, for a Gaussian it ...

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But P(B n 2/4) = 1 by (7.3), so P(BjA)P(AjB ni) = l by 43); and P(B/4) = 1 by (7.3)

again;

) from the axioms. For suppose that P(AjB) = = P(BjA) = 3. Then if either A or B is ...

But P(B n 2/4) = 1 by (7.3), so P(BjA)P(AjB ni) = l by 43); and P(B/4) = 1 by (7.3)

again;

**hence**P(AjB n 4) = 3. We conclude that P(4/B) = 0. We can now discard 44) from the axioms. For suppose that P(AjB) = = P(BjA) = 3. Then if either A or B is ...

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E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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