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

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Different approaches to the foundations of quantum mechanics make different

choices of the ingredients to be considered as ( more ) primitive and those to be

considered as

historical ...

Different approaches to the foundations of quantum mechanics make different

choices of the ingredients to be considered as ( more ) primitive and those to be

considered as

**derived**. Let us quote a few significant examples . i ) In thehistorical ...

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In this approach the propositions appear as

identified with the facets of the convex set ; observables can then be

the help of propositions . Operations have , here , a major role : they are viewed

as ...

In this approach the propositions appear as

**derived**concepts , and may beidentified with the facets of the convex set ; observables can then be

**derived**withthe help of propositions . Operations have , here , a major role : they are viewed

as ...

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The derivation makes use also of assumptions A , and Ag . Furthermore , to

velocities , are

The derivation makes use also of assumptions A , and Ag . Furthermore , to

**derive**( v ) = 1 , an essentially group ... clock retardation and the composition ofvelocities , are

**derived**as logical consequences of the transformation equations .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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