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

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... assumption is that it be always possible to restrict oneself to experimental

devices which do not destroy or annihilate the system , but change the initial state

of the system into a well - defined

occurs .

... assumption is that it be always possible to restrict oneself to experimental

devices which do not destroy or annihilate the system , but change the initial state

of the system into a well - defined

**final**state , at least when the yes outcomeoccurs .

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So , on the orthodox semantics , the

should be represented by the mixture W = El ( Q ; , Y ) | PP , IP and not by the

pure state ' ' ( t ) = ( di , Yla ; ® Qi . JAUCH [ 37 ] has argued that the measurement

...

So , on the orthodox semantics , the

**final**state of $ + M after the measurementshould be represented by the mixture W = El ( Q ; , Y ) | PP , IP and not by the

pure state ' ' ( t ) = ( di , Yla ; ® Qi . JAUCH [ 37 ] has argued that the measurement

...

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of reckoning lies many relaxation times in the future . However , as the time

available for the

...

**Final**requirements have no influence on present happenings so long as the timeof reckoning lies many relaxation times in the future . However , as the time

available for the

**final**adjustments becomes of the order of a couple of relaxation...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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