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Submitted:
21 February 2023
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22 February 2023
Read the latest preprint version here
This version is not peer-reviewed
Submitted:
21 February 2023
Posted:
22 February 2023
Read the latest preprint version here
[1] | The result of algebraic manipulation on the expected value in def. 3 that is unique and finite for the largest subset of ${\mathbb{R}}^{A}$. |
[2] | Meaningful Average—The measure inside the average is canonical when the measure is normalized as a uniform probability measure [1], p. 32-37 |
[3] | Wood wrote on Feynman Path Integrals: “No known mathematical procedure can meaningfully average [2] an infinite number of objects covering an infinite expanse of space in general. The path integral is more of a physics philosophy than an exact mathematical recipe." |
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Hoover H. F. Yin
et al.
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2023
Kuldeep Sing Gehlot
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2020
Mohsen Soltanifar
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2023
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