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

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Let { Ym } be a

orthonormal basis in HRH 2 . Simagnitudes , S - magnitudes and ( S . + S ) -

magnitudes are ...

Let { Ym } be a

**complete**orthonormal set of basis vectors in H1 , and { n } a**complete**orthonormal basis in H , . Then { Omn = Ym9n } is a**complete**orthonormal basis in HRH 2 . Simagnitudes , S - magnitudes and ( S . + S ) -

magnitudes are ...

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It is customary to say that a

obtainable about the sequence Qi . The operational state w will be incomplete

with respect to ( Qi ) when at least one of the quantities is known with less than ...

It is customary to say that a

**complete**state represents the maximum informationobtainable about the sequence Qi . The operational state w will be incomplete

with respect to ( Qi ) when at least one of the quantities is known with less than ...

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The set P ( 2 ) of all subsets of 2 is a

1 ] . In the usual quantum mechanics , a property is represented by an orthogonal

projector defined on the Hilbert space H . The set P ( H ) of all orthogonal ...

The set P ( 2 ) of all subsets of 2 is a

**complete**lattice which is a Boolean algebra [1 ] . In the usual quantum mechanics , a property is represented by an orthogonal

projector defined on the Hilbert space H . The set P ( H ) of all orthogonal ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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