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

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In order to see this , in an intuitive way , let us

Ec , Xs , where the q , ' s and the x ; ' s are respectively eigenvectors of Q ( Qi )

and ell ; ) ( for the sake of simplicity we are

In order to see this , in an intuitive way , let us

**consider**a simple example . ... y =Ec , Xs , where the q , ' s and the x ; ' s are respectively eigenvectors of Q ( Qi )

and ell ; ) ( for the sake of simplicity we are

**considering**a nondegenerate case ) .Page 315

to

timedependent observables . The evolution of an observable is given by ( 3 . 8 )

iOA = – LA . This equation follows from the equality of the expectation values in

the two ...

to

**consider**a « Heisenberg picture » , keeping the states fixed and havingtimedependent observables . The evolution of an observable is given by ( 3 . 8 )

iOA = – LA . This equation follows from the equality of the expectation values in

the two ...

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in time in accordance with Einstein ' s field equation .

history » in superspace that describes this dynamics .

s ...

**Consider**a classical history H class of 3 - geometry developing deterministicallyin time in accordance with Einstein ' s field equation .

**Consider**the « leaf ofhistory » in superspace that describes this dynamics .

**Consider**one of the ( 3 ) G 's ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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