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stub for virtual particle, just for completeness
Do you really take that this belongs to the context of “measure and probability theory” (I know it can if stretched, bit then so much can…) as the ftoc witnesses ? I am a bit puzzled.
Would you have the same question about Feynman diagram?
Yes.
I'm inclined to say that if it fits into measure and probability theory for you, then you may as well include that Context. That said, I am surprised that it fits in (same with Feynman diagram); and now that I've looked, I'm also surprised to see thermodynamics listed under that heading (although there the connection seems closer).
So I don't expect you to explain the connection to justify including that Context. But I'm still interested to hear why you did it.
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