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  • adjective That can be normalized.


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  • Like it or not, you have to pick some initial probability distribution for how much money was in the envelopes - and if that distribution is finite ( "normalizable"), you can extract yourself from the original puzzle.

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  • A term M is strongly normalizable whenever M is typable and the proof does not contain

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  • A term M is normalizable whenever M is typable (in the last type assignment system).

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  • The Boundary State is not a normalizable state in the Hilbert space.

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  • It contains the germ of a mathematical equivalence proof, but it does not contain a rigorous proof of equivalency: the mathematical framework that Schrödinger associated with wave mechanics is a space of continuous and normalizable functions, which is too small to establish the appropriate relation with matrix mechanics.

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  • Here's where the non-normalizable measure comes in, as explained here.

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