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

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The use of a symbol different from D stresses the fact that the D -

defined on the flats , hence on the lattice L ( P ) , while the r -

on every subset of states , hence on the geometry G ( P ) . The number r ( P ) = =

D ( P ) ...

The use of a symbol different from D stresses the fact that the D -

**function**isdefined on the flats , hence on the lattice L ( P ) , while the r -

**function**is definedon every subset of states , hence on the geometry G ( P ) . The number r ( P ) = =

D ( P ) ...

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The advantage of this construction is that it provides a purely algebraic way of

representing the statistics of a system , which is appropriate whether or not a

representation of the algebra of magnitudes as real - valued

is ...

The advantage of this construction is that it provides a purely algebraic way of

representing the statistics of a system , which is appropriate whether or not a

representation of the algebra of magnitudes as real - valued

**functions**on a spaceis ...

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Moreover , similar methods have been used in the theory of correlation

56 , 57 ) . In this context , « hydrodynamical modes » means certain long -

wavelength contributions to the one - particle distribution

frequencies of ...

Moreover , similar methods have been used in the theory of correlation

**functions**[56 , 57 ) . In this context , « hydrodynamical modes » means certain long -

wavelength contributions to the one - particle distribution

**function**, thefrequencies of ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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