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

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... in regard to Qn but also for the results of other quantities Q,; the application of n

to a has «

one and the same equivalence class Ck can bring about different

... in regard to Qn but also for the results of other quantities Q,; the application of n

to a has «

**perturbed**» the initial state. ... two procedures n' and n" belonging toone and the same equivalence class Ck can bring about different

**perturbations**...Page 324

... in general, the resonances of the

. Let us now consider some problems related to the formulation of a kinetic

description. In quantum theory, a typical example of an irreversible kinetic

equation is, ...

... in general, the resonances of the

**perturbed**system. 5. - Theory of subdynamics. Let us now consider some problems related to the formulation of a kinetic

description. In quantum theory, a typical example of an irreversible kinetic

equation is, ...

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(6.9) as a

parameter. Assuming that the five frequencies admit an expansion of the form

one computes the coefficients b[n> and in terms of the matrix elements of the

operators ...

(6.9) as a

**perturbation**of eq. (6.10) with the wave vector q as a smallnessparameter. Assuming that the five frequencies admit an expansion of the form

one computes the coefficients b[n> and in terms of the matrix elements of the

operators ...

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E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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