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

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0. ii) There

ge a complex- valued function (/, g) is denned which satisfies the following

relations: (/, g) = (g, /)*, (/, g + h) = (/, g) + (/, *), X(f, g) = (/, Xg), (f,f) = \\fV >0 unlP^ /

= 0. iii) ...

0. ii) There

**exists**a positive-definite scalar product in Jf. For any two elements /,ge a complex- valued function (/, g) is denned which satisfies the following

relations: (/, g) = (g, /)*, (/, g + h) = (/, g) + (/, *), X(f, g) = (/, Xg), (f,f) = \\fV >0 unlP^ /

= 0. iii) ...

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Note that relf (A, a) is not guaranteed to

tends to a limit as n increases indefinitely. The domain of definition of the set

function relf (— , a) is given only in this way. We now turn to the question whether

...

Note that relf (A, a) is not guaranteed to

**exist**; it**exists**if and only if rel (a, a, n)tends to a limit as n increases indefinitely. The domain of definition of the set

function relf (— , a) is given only in this way. We now turn to the question whether

...

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Suppose, however, that A is the set of powers of 3, and C' a subset of A such that

relf (CjA, a) does not

well defined. Then relf (A, a) = 0 and hence relf (C, a) = 0 also. Therefore C is ...

Suppose, however, that A is the set of powers of 3, and C' a subset of A such that

relf (CjA, a) does not

**exist**. This means that relf (C, a'), where a'= 3, 3t, 33, ... is notwell defined. Then relf (A, a) = 0 and hence relf (C, a) = 0 also. Therefore C is ...

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E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

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