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

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This analytical representation is generally referred to as Piron ' s representation

14 ] , we shall give up an exposition of this representation

This analytical representation is generally referred to as Piron ' s representation

**theorem**( 14 ) , and constitutes a ... Being a rather old and widely quoted result [14 ] , we shall give up an exposition of this representation

**theorem**; rather we ...Page 63

Indeed , this

as probability measures on the ... The exceptional cases , on which Gleason ' s

Indeed , this

**theorem**asserts that , except for particular cases , the states definedas probability measures on the ... The exceptional cases , on which Gleason ' s

**theorem**has nothing to say , are the systems with two - dimensional space of ...Page 298

by the connectives A B , A y B and A → B . In fact , we have the following

, B ) → V < ( A * B ) V7 ( A * B ) with * € { ^ , V , → } can be deduced [ 20 ] . Starting

from ...

by the connectives A B , A y B and A → B . In fact , we have the following

**Theorem**. In the calculus * the rule V < AVA , , V < BV - B , , V < k ( A , B ) V – k ( A, B ) → V < ( A * B ) V7 ( A * B ) with * € { ^ , V , → } can be deduced [ 20 ] . Starting

from ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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