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

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In this case, the result of the application of a procedure n to a physical system a is

a

well known, it is customary to write (17) n(a)=r±^, where e is a positive number.

In this case, the result of the application of a procedure n to a physical system a is

a

**real number**, affected by an error e (which depends both on a and on n). As iswell known, it is customary to write (17) n(a)=r±^, where e is a positive number.

Page 164

From the semantical point of view, the ffc's are supposed to range over all ideal

values of the quantity time (i.e.

over all functions which associate to any time an ideal value for the deterministic

...

From the semantical point of view, the ffc's are supposed to range over all ideal

values of the quantity time (i.e.

**real numbers**). The d,'s are supposed to rangeover all functions which associate to any time an ideal value for the deterministic

...

Page 168

To see this, let us take again for a the form (42) which represents the second law

of classical mechanics We have Nf a, because there exist three

r1eF[s(t)], 78 e M[s(t)], r3e A[s(t)], such that ^r, = rtr3. But. at the same time, we

have ...

To see this, let us take again for a the form (42) which represents the second law

of classical mechanics We have Nf a, because there exist three

**real numbers**r1eF[s(t)], 78 e M[s(t)], r3e A[s(t)], such that ^r, = rtr3. But. at the same time, we

have ...

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### Contents

E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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