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

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When r is applied to o , it yields a

defined later on . ... We shall say that a procedure r is defined with respect to o ,

when it can be applied to o , to yield a nonempty set of

...

When r is applied to o , it yields a

**result**a ( o ) . What exactly is a «**result**» will bedefined later on . ... We shall say that a procedure r is defined with respect to o ,

when it can be applied to o , to yield a nonempty set of

**results**M ( 1 ) ( 0 ) , . . . , A...

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We will say that n and r ' are ( 84 , & P ) - equivalent with respect to if and only if ,

A ) for every o e£ , the application of r and a ' to the same parts of o yields the

same number n of

respectively ...

We will say that n and r ' are ( 84 , & P ) - equivalent with respect to if and only if ,

A ) for every o e£ , the application of r and a ' to the same parts of o yields the

same number n of

**results**rv ( ) , . . . , MQ , ( o ) and r1 ( 0 ) , . . . , w ( 0 ) ,respectively ...

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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 d , the corresponding

time ( Q . ) can be obtained in s ; 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 d , the corresponding

**result**for the quantitytime ( Q . ) can be obtained in s ; let us denote this

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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