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

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We ought to replace the absolute

and require that a (not e) be constant for all the classes and within the classes.

But, both for the sake of simplicity and because, in practice, even the relative ...

We ought to replace the absolute

**precision**s with the relative**precision**a = ejrand require that a (not e) be constant for all the classes and within the classes.

But, both for the sake of simplicity and because, in practice, even the relative ...

Page 159

Clearly, the

will be termed the canonical

with this

results ...

Clearly, the

**precision**e Ģe^, ep>) is determined by the specifications of a and Q. Itwill be termed the canonical

**precision**of Q with respect to a. A result obtainedwith this

**precision**is a proper result. Of course, in many cases one can useresults ...

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... demand for ever increasing

upon us the adoption of local unit systems, ... so as to afford the highest degree of

relative

magnitudes ...

... demand for ever increasing

**precision**in many of these domains has forcedupon us the adoption of local unit systems, ... so as to afford the highest degree of

relative

**precision**which metrological techniques permit for comparingmagnitudes ...

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### Contents

E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

Copyright | |

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