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

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The fact that , even with the operational

strewn with difficulties can only confirm that it is vital to use very clear and

unequivocal

The fact that , even with the operational

**definition**, the path of the theoretician isstrewn with difficulties can only confirm that it is vital to use very clear and

unequivocal

**definitions**. We hardly believe that dispensing with the operational ...Page 174

or , by the

ro . Now , let p ... Indeed , for such a T , there is at least å s ( t ) and at least a P

such that the corresponding D is not

of ...

or , by the

**definition**of truth , ( 58 ) 3p e P [ s ( t ) ] Jr e D [ s ( t ) ] : 57 . a ( p ) 47 =ro . Now , let p ... Indeed , for such a T , there is at least å s ( t ) and at least a P

such that the corresponding D is not

**defined**for s ( t ) . In this case , for any choiceof ...

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So far , we have

to the ideal states . But one can extend this

the case of operational states . If w [ o ( t ) ] is an operational state and a is a ...

So far , we have

**defined**the concept of quantum - logical truth , only with respectto the ideal states . But one can extend this

**definition**, in a natural way , also tothe case of operational states . If w [ o ( t ) ] is an operational state and a is a ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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