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

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pairwise orthogonal . Let C be a maximal pairwise orthogonal subset of B ' : then

BUC is a basis for the whole P so that , for every a EP , E QB ) + + E ( Gly ) = 1 .

**According**to the previous result , it suffices to prove that B ' is a subspace if B ispairwise orthogonal . Let C be a maximal pairwise orthogonal subset of B ' : then

BUC is a basis for the whole P so that , for every a EP , E QB ) + + E ( Gly ) = 1 .

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holds if and only if the proposition A → B can be defended in a formal dialog . If

for two propositions A < B and BCA are valid , we write A = B . By using the

relation ...

**According**to the definition , the relation A < B between the propositions A and Bholds if and only if the proposition A → B can be defended in a formal dialog . If

for two propositions A < B and BCA are valid , we write A = B . By using the

relation ...

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it has been remarked that the English kinetic theories can extricate themselves

from this contradiction . The world ,

stage where it remains for a long time without apparent change ; and this is

consistent ...

it has been remarked that the English kinetic theories can extricate themselves

from this contradiction . The world ,

**according**to them , tends at first toward astage where it remains for a long time without apparent change ; and this is

consistent ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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