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

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[ 9 ] See , also for further bibliography , C . H . RANDALL and D . J . FOULIS : The

operational approach to quantum mechanics , in The Logico - Algebraic

Approach to Quantum Mechanics ,

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[ 9 ] See , also for further bibliography , C . H . RANDALL and D . J . FOULIS : The

operational approach to quantum mechanics , in The Logico - Algebraic

Approach to Quantum Mechanics ,

**edited**by C . A . HOOKER ( Dordrecht , 1977 ).

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Space Exploration and the Solar System

Advanced Plasma Theory

Topics on Elementary Par . ticle Physics

Space Exploration and the Solar System

**edited**by B . Rossi Course XXVAdvanced Plasma Theory

**edited**by M . N . ROSENBLUTH Course XXVI SelectedTopics on Elementary Par . ticle Physics

**edited**by M . CONVERSI Course XXVII ...Page

Course LIII Developments and Borderlines of Nuclear Physics

MORINAGA Course LIV Developments in High - Energy Physics

GATTO Course LV Lattice Dynamics and Intermolecular Forces

Course LIII Developments and Borderlines of Nuclear Physics

**edited**by H .MORINAGA Course LIV Developments in High - Energy Physics

**edited**by R . R .GATTO Course LV Lattice Dynamics and Intermolecular Forces

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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