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

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We denote by N(&) the set of all orthoclosed subspaces of (CP, < . | . >) . The

empty subset and the whole are trivial examples of orthoclosed subspaces; as

less trivial example, take, for any

subspace ...

We denote by N(&) the set of all orthoclosed subspaces of (CP, < . | . >) . The

empty subset and the whole are trivial examples of orthoclosed subspaces; as

less trivial example, take, for any

**given**the singleton {a} : it is evidently asubspace ...

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Now we examine the definition of conditional probability of an event (an element

of &)

and b of 9S such that fi(b) ^0, we define the conditional probability of a

Now we examine the definition of conditional probability of an event (an element

of &)

**given**another event. In a classical probability space,**given**two elements aand b of 9S such that fi(b) ^0, we define the conditional probability of a

**given**b, ...Page 377

This modification might affect the probability ratios however. It can be objected,

on the other hand, that we are now considering the probability of y>3

modification, which is not the same question. However this may be, Teller's proof

...

This modification might affect the probability ratios however. It can be objected,

on the other hand, that we are now considering the probability of y>3

**given**thatmodification, which is not the same question. However this may be, Teller's proof

...

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### Contents

E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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