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

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... compound propositions , the elementary subpropositions of which are related

to the same time - value - just as it is the case in ordinary logic . A detailed

exposition of this problem can be found in ref . [ 21 ] . 24 . The

game .

... compound propositions , the elementary subpropositions of which are related

to the same time - value - just as it is the case in ordinary logic . A detailed

exposition of this problem can be found in ref . [ 21 ] . 24 . The

**material**dialog -game .

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quantum - mechanical systems , but can be applied as well to propositions of

classical physics . The argument rules of the

Elementary propositions Attack Defence a ! Am ( 2 ) a ) b ) Am ( 3 ) Availability ...

quantum - mechanical systems , but can be applied as well to propositions of

classical physics . The argument rules of the

**material**dialog game Dm . Am ( 1 )Elementary propositions Attack Defence a ! Am ( 2 ) a ) b ) Am ( 3 ) Availability ...

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In the

propositions , the elementary propositions and the commensurabilities k and k .

In the formal quantum dialog - game D , the proof of

have to ...

In the

**material**quantum dialog - game D there are two kinds of**material**propositions , the elementary propositions and the commensurabilities k and k .

In the formal quantum dialog - game D , the proof of

**material**propositions , whichhave to ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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