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  • H1 Š— H2 is the state-space of the complex system (S1+S2).

    Quantum Mechanics

  • The state-space of a system is the space formed by the set of its possible states, [2] i.e., the physically possible ways of combining the values of quantities that characterize it internally.

    Quantum Mechanics

  • Let S be a set, construed for the moment as the state-space of a physical system, and let Σ be a sigma-field of subsets of

    Puppet X: 1

  • However, if we wish to adhere to the programme of representing physical properties as subsets (rather than as equivalence-classes of subsets) of the state-space, we can do so, as follows.

    Puppet X: 1

  • It is a consequence of the rules for obtaining the state-space of the composite system that the combined state of the pair is

    Quantum Mechanics

  • Figure 3 illustrates one way of representing the replicator dynamical model of the prisoner's dilemma, known as a state-space diagram.

    Evolutionary Game Theory

  • So, for instance, the state-space of a classical mechanical system composed of n particles, obtained by specifying the values of

    Quantum Mechanics

  • “Standard state-space models preclude unawareness,” Econometrica 66

    Common Knowledge

  • H0 also encompasses the statement that observational error is negligible in the truncated state-space on the spatio-temporal scales used for detection.

    Allen and Tett 1999 « Climate Audit

  • Detection is accomplished through rotation of the empirical data, in EOF state-space, away from the direction of maximal noise as estimated from, e.g., a control model simulation.

    Underground Problems with Mann-Holes « Climate Audit

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