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By John F. Cyranski (auth.), D. G. Lainiotis, N. S. Tzannes (eds.)

The technical application of the convention consisted of technical periods that lined all-important points of regulate, informa­ tion processing/communications, and desktops. specifically, there have been various technical classes protecting all-important points of keep watch over, corresponding to keep an eye on concept, keep watch over functions, estima­ tion, identity, adaptive platforms, linear platforms, balance, cybernetics, computational equipment, and simulation. this system additionally integrated many classes on details processing/communicati­ ons, similar to info thought, coding, sign research, sign processing, communique idea, satellite tv for pc communications, pat­ tern popularity and photograph processing. in addition, there have been sever­ al classes on pcs, particularly on desktops, com­ puter communique networks, and automata. ultimately, the technical software integrated a number of periods on very important purposes of platforms expertise, comparable to strength, power modeling and making plans, earth assets, transportation, economics and administration, and physiological platforms. In view of the vast scope of the convention technical application and the huge insurance of many very important points of structures conception and functions through the world over recognized researchers, we are hoping that this choice of papers could be an invaluable complement to the printed literature and textbooks used for examine and educating. For the good fortune of the convention we're indebted to a good many of us and associations, essentially to the authors of the papers, with no whom the convention shouldn't have existed, and this publication should not have materialized. we're rather indebted to the good majority of them who paid a few or all in their personal expenses.

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Aq .. /h). 3) IJ The quantity 6f f to be calculated on the basis of the Uncerhd nt y Pr j nd pIe is IIsua 11 y called the statistical weight of the system of the f degrees of freerlom. Since the visual receptors interact with single quanta jn the S8me way as in the case of any other macroscopic sy~tems of degrees of freedom, the present situation may be considered as a macroscopic system. This fact justifies using Aff as the macroscopic statistical weisht of the corresponning state of the f degrees of freedom, although 6p, 6q obey the Uncertainty PrincipOe.

Mittelstaedt: Philosophische Probleme der modernen Physik, 1968, Bibl. Inst. Mannheim. 11. von Neumann: ref. (6), pp. 419-421. 12. E. Wigner It Symmetries and Reflections" 1967, The M. 1. T Press. 13. A. Einstein, B. Podolski and N. Rosen: Can Quantum-Mechanical Description of Physical Reality Be Considered Complete? 1935, Phys. Rev. 777-780. 14. L. Ballentine: The Statistical Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics~1970, Revs. of Mod. , 42, pp. 358-381. ON SOME FUNCTIONAL EQUATIONS FROM ADDITIVE AND NONADDITIVE }ffiASURES - II P1.

5). 4) are real constants. 4), has the form SOME FUNCTIONAL EQUATIONS FROM ADDITIVE AND NONADDITIVE MEASURES - II f(x) (a l ) hex) ax log x + (al-mnSl+mnS4SS)x+Sl al ax log x + (a Z+ :2 -mS Z-a 3K(x)-nS SK(x»x+S Z al ax log x + (:2 -aZ-nS3-ma3S4)x+S3 k(x) xK(x)+S4' lex) g(x) = 49 a 3x+S S where K(x) is arbitrary. Z), that (a l ) also holds for x = O. Z), where K is an arbitrary function and a,ai's', Si's are arbitrary constants. Z): f (x) g(x) (a Z) hex) k(x) and hex) Z Z ala x log x +(aZa+b)x log x +(a3-mnSl+mnS4SS)x+Sl Z Z ala x log x +(b-ZnaSSal)x log x +(a4-mSZ-nSSa7)x+SZ Z Z ala x log x +(aa 4+b-maS 4 )x log x +(a6-nS3-maSS4)x+S3 k(x) za 18x log x +a 7x+S 4 lex) ax log x +asx+Ss f (x) g(x) (a 3) a z = zalaS = as' a 3 are arbitrary constants.

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