Quantum Physics


On the Measurement, Statistics and Uncertainty

Authors: Ibrahim Mutlay

It is intended here to propose descriptive explanations for the basic statistical concepts. Although most of them are highly familiar to us, their conventional descriptions have vague sides. Especially it was focused on the absolute probabilistic uncertainty which was characterized by momentum of the measurement device and the system which was measured.

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[v1] 14 Mar 2011

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