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As the most natural application of the above concept of "time of event" we consider the notion of "time of arrival" of a particle to a certain state. There are several methods available for computing the "time of arrival" distribution given our postulates. We shall take the approach that seems to us to be the simplest one. One by one we shall specialize our assumptions about .