John T. Bendler

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The inverse transform, g(/) = Jf ~'(e~'^), 0<;3<1, is a stable law that arises in a number of different applications in chemical physics, polymer physics, solid-state pliysics, and applied mathematics. Because of its important applications , a number of investigators have suggested approximations to g{t). However , there have so far been no accurately(More)
The inverse transform, [Formula: see text], 0 < β < 1, is a stable law that arises in a number of different applications in chemical physics, polymer physics, solid-state physics, and applied mathematics. Because of its important applications, a number of investigators have suggested approximations to g(t). However, there have so far been no accurately(More)
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