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

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Take now any state o in B ' ; we have < QB ) = 0 ,

that B ' is a subspace . We denote by N ( P ) the set of all orthoclosed subspaces

of ( P , < •1• » ) . The empty subset and the whole P are trivial examples of ...

Take now any state o in B ' ; we have < QB ) = 0 ,

**hence**yeC Excly ) = 1 , showingthat B ' is a subspace . We denote by N ( P ) the set of all orthoclosed subspaces

of ( P , < •1• » ) . The empty subset and the whole P are trivial examples of ...

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than or equal to that of £4 , and p ( 0 ) is on ... to ( 24 ) , p ( 0 ) cannot have a very

large value ( and represent a fine spike ) ,

excluded .

**Hence**, one can readily verify that when the order of magnitude of d is greaterthan or equal to that of £4 , and p ( 0 ) is on ... to ( 24 ) , p ( 0 ) cannot have a very

large value ( and represent a fine spike ) ,

**hence**pathological cases areexcluded .

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theory : ( 7 . 5 ) A Popper space is a quadruple T = ( K , F , G , P ) , with K a

nonempty set , F a Borel field on K , G a nonempty subclass of F ( the « normal

events » ) ...

**Hence**A4 ) is redundant . This leads us to the following reformulation of thetheory : ( 7 . 5 ) A Popper space is a quadruple T = ( K , F , G , P ) , with K a

nonempty set , F a Borel field on K , G a nonempty subclass of F ( the « normal

events » ) ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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