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

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If M has functioned properly , we expect that after the interaction M has registered

a

to a

If M has functioned properly , we expect that after the interaction M has registered

a

**particular**eigenvalue of A , i . e . that M is in one of the states Qi correspondingto a

**particular**pointerreading , and that S is in the correlated state Qi .Page 112

In the classical case , even if the

we can say that the system has the property corresponding to this cell , and that

measurement will in principle reveal this cell . In the quantum - mechanical case

...

In the classical case , even if the

**particular**cell containing the state is unknown ,we can say that the system has the property corresponding to this cell , and that

measurement will in principle reveal this cell . In the quantum - mechanical case

...

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this measure with respect to a

Py•Px , Tr ( Pa , Pg , Py . Pa , P , Per ) Px® Pej : W •Px Tr ( Pa , Pg , W . Pa , Per

Pe ) ; = Px , Pers and so the conditionalized statistical operator of S after the ...

this measure with respect to a

**particular**result yields the statistical state Px® Po ;Py•Px , Tr ( Pa , Pg , Py . Pa , P , Per ) Px® Pej : W •Px Tr ( Pa , Pg , W . Pa , Per

Pe ) ; = Px , Pers and so the conditionalized statistical operator of S after 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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