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

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In an orthocomplemented quasi - modular

not only fulfilled by the material quasi - implication , they are even the strongest

condition which can be postulated for A → B . In fact , we have the following ...

In an orthocomplemented quasi - modular

**lattice**, the conditions I ) and II ' ) arenot only fulfilled by the material quasi - implication , they are even the strongest

condition which can be postulated for A → B . In fact , we have the following ...

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fulfilled by the

iterated form , for instance in the modus ponens law , it must be required that the

partial - ordering relation A < B of the

fulfilled by the

**lattice**. Since in logical systems the implication is often used initerated form , for instance in the modus ponens law , it must be required that the

partial - ordering relation A < B of the

**lattice**can also be defined as a 2 - place ...Page 294

Therefore , summarizing these results , we obtain the following Theorem . a ) If

three elements A , B , CEL are pairwise commensurable , then the

generated by these elements is an implicative sublattice L ; ( A , B , C ) C La of

the ...

Therefore , summarizing these results , we obtain the following Theorem . a ) If

three elements A , B , CEL are pairwise commensurable , then the

**lattice**which isgenerated by these elements is an implicative sublattice L ; ( A , B , C ) C La of

the ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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