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

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DE FINETTI has asserted that , in practical cases , it is generally not needed to

assume countable additivity ; and also that much of measure theory can be re -

developed for finitely

DE FINETTI has asserted that , in practical cases , it is generally not needed to

assume countable additivity ; and also that much of measure theory can be re -

developed for finitely

**additive**functions . While he has provided some basis for ...Page 350

We also extend it to integration over specific measurable sets by ( 2 . 12 ) IndP =

lhi AdP for AEF . We note that the integral over A exists when the integral over K

does . As defined , the integral is a linear function on the r . v . and also

We also extend it to integration over specific measurable sets by ( 2 . 12 ) IndP =

lhi AdP for AEF . We note that the integral over A exists when the integral over K

does . As defined , the integral is a linear function on the r . v . and also

**additive**...Page 351

Eh is itself a countably

) when { A } } is a countable disjoint family of measurable sets . For , we reason ,

for the case of nonnegative r . v . h , BMCU 1 . ) = Surū4 , AP = { " $ 14 , MP ...

Eh is itself a countably

**additive**function on the probability space : ( 2 . 18 Eh ( A ;) when { A } } is a countable disjoint family of measurable sets . For , we reason ,

for the case of nonnegative r . v . h , BMCU 1 . ) = Surū4 , AP = { " $ 14 , MP ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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