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

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The prescription can possibly include also the specification of which operation

should be carried out at what time (with respect to the initial time). When n is

applied to a, it yields a

on.

The prescription can possibly include also the specification of which operation

should be carried out at what time (with respect to the initial time). When n is

applied to a, it yields a

**result**n(a). What exactly is a «**result**» will be defined lateron.

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We will say that n and n' are <e^, e1"} -equivalent with respect to E if and only if, 4

) for every ae E, the application of n and n' to the same parts of a yields the same

number n of

We will say that n and n' are <e^, e1"} -equivalent with respect to E if and only if, 4

) for every ae E, the application of n and n' to the same parts of a yields the same

number n of

**results**^{n>(o) and n'iv(a), ... , n[n>(o), respectively ; B") for every ...Page 165

More formally, if a has the form (39), a is said to be defined in s if and only if, 1) for

each time variable tk occurring in x, the corresponding

(Q„) can be obtained in *; let us denote this

More formally, if a has the form (39), a is said to be defined in s if and only if, 1) for

each time variable tk occurring in x, the corresponding

**result**for the quantity time(Q„) can be obtained in *; let us denote this

**result**by <<>„,= tk±e,l2; 2) for each ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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