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

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For instance, length can be measured either by

properly adjusting the units of measurement, one can obtain from all of these

procedures ...

For instance, length can be measured either by

**means**of a yardstick, or by**means**of an optical triangulation, or by**means**of a radar set, and so on. Byproperly adjusting the units of measurement, one can obtain from all of these

procedures ...

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which

|=~d,= r, v if and only if y> e v(d, = r,)-1, if and only if y> e [ov/Prob*'({rj}) = l]x, if

and only if y> is orthogonal to the (normalized) eigenvector of Q(Q,) with ...

which

**means**: with certainty the value for the quantity <?, in the state y> is r,; (72)|=~d,= r, v if and only if y> e v(d, = r,)-1, if and only if y> e [ov/Prob*'({rj}) = l]x, if

and only if y> is orthogonal to the (normalized) eigenvector of Q(Q,) with ...

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If a quantum- mechanical system is described by a state vector <p e Jt?, the

equation pA(p = <p (eigenvalue 1)

(eigenvalue 0) that <pB->A, which

the ...

If a quantum- mechanical system is described by a state vector <p e Jt?, the

equation pA(p = <p (eigenvalue 1)

**means**that <p e A, and the equation PA<p = 0(eigenvalue 0) that <pB->A, which

**means**that the vector <p has no component inthe ...

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### Contents

E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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