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

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It should be clear that most of the axioms supporting this structure have not an

empirical meaning , but merely serve to define L ; however , we consider the

following of empirical nature : i ) the

law ...

It should be clear that most of the axioms supporting this structure have not an

empirical meaning , but merely serve to define L ; however , we consider the

following of empirical nature : i ) the

**requirement**that L is separating on S , ii ) thelaw ...

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If A is a nonnull measurable set in S = ( K , F , P ) , we wish to construct a new

probability measure P ' such that P ' ( A ) = 1 . But we wish more . There must be «

essential agreement » between P and P ' on subsets of A . If that

If A is a nonnull measurable set in S = ( K , F , P ) , we wish to construct a new

probability measure P ' such that P ' ( A ) = 1 . But we wish more . There must be «

essential agreement » between P and P ' on subsets of A . If that

**requirement**is ...Page 427

other of these particles it is useful to impose the

events » on the several world - lines should have a spacelike relation , each to all

the others . This concept of what we may call a « many - fingered time ...

other of these particles it is useful to impose the

**requirement**that the chosen «events » on the several world - lines should have a spacelike relation , each to all

the others . This concept of what we may call a « many - fingered time ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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