R. Hilfer, R. Metzler, A. Blumen, J. Klafter(eds)
Chemical Physics 284, 1 (2002)
Monday, July 8, 2002
The term strange kinetics originally referred to the dynamics of Hamiltonian systems which, in the limit of weak chaos, display superdiffusion and Levy-walk characteristics. Here we employ the term strange kinetics in a generalized sense to denote all forms of slow kinetics or anomalous dynamics, such as sub-diffusion, superdiffusion, non-Debye relaxation, Levy walks or fractional time evolutions.
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