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

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T is

x and ( 2•y ) * = 2 * •y * . In an involutive semi - group the elements which are

idempotent and invariant under the involution are

symbolically ...

T is

**called**involutive if there exists a mapping x + + * * of T onto T such that x * * =x and ( 2•y ) * = 2 * •y * . In an involutive semi - group the elements which are

idempotent and invariant under the involution are

**called**projections :symbolically ...

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Therefore , this calculus will be

The calculus Qere is a model of the lattice L . , which differs from the lattice L , by

the axiom V = AVA , the logical interpretation of which is

Therefore , this calculus will be

**called**the calculus of effective quantum logic .The calculus Qere is a model of the lattice L . , which differs from the lattice L , by

the axiom V = AVA , the logical interpretation of which is

**called**the principle of ...Page 268

4 ) this lattice is said to be orthocomplemented . The element A is

orthocomplement of A [ 3 ] . Furthermore , it can be shown for subspaces of

Hilbert space that , in addition to the axioms of an orthocomplemented lattice , the

law ( 5 ) ...

4 ) this lattice is said to be orthocomplemented . The element A is

**called**theorthocomplement of A [ 3 ] . Furthermore , it can be shown for subspaces of

Hilbert space that , in addition to the axioms of an orthocomplemented lattice , the

law ( 5 ) ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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