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

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28 ) x ' = 1 + ( r — vt ) , t = r ( - ) , which are the Lorentz - type

equations , where ( 4 . 29 ) 1 , = ( 1 - v2 / w02 ) - 1 . We shall now show that

causality implies that wo is positive . To this end assume that W2 = - u ” , where u

is a ...

28 ) x ' = 1 + ( r — vt ) , t = r ( - ) , which are the Lorentz - type

**transformation**equations , where ( 4 . 29 ) 1 , = ( 1 - v2 / w02 ) - 1 . We shall now show that

causality implies that wo is positive . To this end assume that W2 = - u ” , where u

is a ...

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... demonstrated already in 1871 that in a space of n dimensions conformal

assumption of ...

... demonstrated already in 1871 that in a space of n dimensions conformal

**transformations**which map the expression da ? ... who derived the Lorentz**transformation**from the Maxwell equations , the principle of relativity and theassumption of ...

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nificant

by determining the specific numerical value of the « limiting velocity » w ) , some

concrete ...

nificant

**transformations**, that is to interpret the formal Lorentz - type**transformation**as a physically significant**transformation**( which can be done onlyby determining the specific numerical value of the « limiting velocity » w ) , some

concrete ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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