Fractals, Diffusion, and Relaxation in Disordered Complex Systems, Part A, Volume 133
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Chapter 2. Evolution of the Dynamic Susceptibility in Supercooled Liquids and Glasses (Thomas Blochowicz, Alexander Brodin and Ernst Rössler).
Chapter 3. Slow Relaxation, Anomalous Diffusion, and Aging in Equilibrated or Nonequilibrated Environments (Noëlle Pottier).
Chapter 4. Power-Law Blinking Quantum Dots: Stochastic and Physical Models (Gennady Margolin, Vladimir Protasenko, Masaru Kuno, and Eli Barkai).
Chapter 5. The Continous-Time Random Walk versus the Generalized Master Equation (Paolo Grigolini)