Stochastic interpretation of g-subdiffusion process.

@article{Kosztoowicz2021StochasticIO,
  title={Stochastic interpretation of g-subdiffusion process.},
  author={Tadeusz Kosztołowicz and Aldona Dutkiewicz},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2021},
  volume={104 4},
  pages={
          L042101
        }
}
Recently, we considered the g-subdiffusion equation with a fractional Caputo time derivative with respect to another function g, T. Kosztołowicz et al. [Phys. Rev. E 104, 014118 (2021)2470-004510.1103/PhysRevE.104.014118]. This equation offers different possibilities for modeling diffusion such as a process in which a type of diffusion evolves continuously over time. However, the equation has not been derived from a stochastic model and the stochastic interpretation of g subdiffusion is still… 
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