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

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For , obviously , a strictly rigid rod ( in the classical sense of the word ) , if pushed

at one end , would , due to the fact that it does not undergo any

contraction or expansion ) , constitute a means to transmit a signal with infinite ...

For , obviously , a strictly rigid rod ( in the classical sense of the word ) , if pushed

at one end , would , due to the fact that it does not undergo any

**deformation**(contraction or expansion ) , constitute a means to transmit a signal with infinite ...

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The « history of

initial - value hypersurface q , to final - value hypersurface 02 . So does the

history indicated by the dotted hypersurfaces . The physics on 0 , resulting from a

...

The « history of

**deformation**» indicated by the dashed hypersurface leads frominitial - value hypersurface q , to final - value hypersurface 02 . So does the

history indicated by the dotted hypersurfaces . The physics on 0 , resulting from a

...

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... other 3 - geometries , but also the general finite

ordinatizing superspace in its entirety . An alternative approach to mathematizing

superspace contents itself with an approximation that provides additional insight .

... other 3 - geometries , but also the general finite

**deformation**— and thus co -ordinatizing superspace in its entirety . An alternative approach to mathematizing

superspace contents itself with an approximation that provides additional insight .

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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