Non-Debye relaxations: The characteristic exponent in the excess wings model

@inproceedings{Gorska2021NonDebyeRT,
  title={Non-Debye relaxations: The characteristic exponent in the excess wings model},
  author={K. G'orska and A. Horzela and Tibor K. Pog'any},
  year={2021}
}
The characteristic (Laplace or Lévy) exponents uniquely characterize infinitely divisible probability distributions. Although of purely mathematical origin they appear to be uniquely associated with the memory functions present in evolution equations which govern the course of such physical phenomena like non-Debye relaxations or anomalous diffusion. Commonly accepted procedure to mimic memory effects is to make basic equations time smeared, i.e., nonlocal in time. This is modeled either… Expand

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