REVIEW OF FLICKER NOISE SPECTROSCOPY IN ELECTROCHEMISTRY

@article{Timashev2007REVIEWOF,
  title={REVIEW OF FLICKER NOISE SPECTROSCOPY IN ELECTROCHEMISTRY},
  author={Serge F. Timashev and Yuriy S. Polyakov},
  journal={Fluctuation and Noise Letters},
  year={2007},
  volume={07}
}
This review presents the fundamentals of Flicker-Noise Spectroscopy (FNS), a general phenomenological methodology in which the dynamics and structure of complex systems, characterized by non-linear interactions, dissipation, and inertia, are analyzed by extracting information from various signals with stochastically varying components generated by the systems. The basic idea of FNS is to treat the correlation links present in sequences of different irregularities, such as spikes, "jumps", and… 
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