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

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Therefore, once a

closure space is naturally generated. As seen in sect. 3, a closure space is, in

turn, naturally associated to lattice structures. To exploit this fact we consider

those ...

Therefore, once a

**transition**probability space is given, a parallel structure ofclosure space is naturally generated. As seen in sect. 3, a closure space is, in

turn, naturally associated to lattice structures. To exploit this fact we consider

those ...

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Also the notion of support of a (pure) state finds a natural place in the framework

of

atom {a} of & (&) is the support <r(a) of a, for {A e : :x(A) = 1} = {Ae 3?(&'):A>{*}}.

Also the notion of support of a (pure) state finds a natural place in the framework

of

**transition**probability spaces. Indeed, if ae#, it is clear that the correspondingatom {a} of & (&) is the support <r(a) of a, for {A e : :x(A) = 1} = {Ae 3?(&'):A>{*}}.

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The double-urn model is characterized by a single

contrast, the Universe is characterized by almost as many

there are physical processes, from elementary-particle decay rates to the rates of

...

The double-urn model is characterized by a single

**transition**rate, the A of (78). Incontrast, the Universe is characterized by almost as many

**transition**rates asthere are physical processes, from elementary-particle decay rates to the rates of

...

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E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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