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- Published 2000

Nonexponential relaxation is found in extremely diverse physical systems such as structural glasses, spin glasses, polymers and random systems in general, all of which can be classified as complex [1]. More recently, pinned density-wave (DW) systems with either charge or spin modulation have been added to this list [2]. Although a wide variety of mechanisms can produce nonexponential relaxation patterns, such as stretched-exponential, logarithmic or algebraic ones, it seems that the relaxation in complex systems has a considerable degree of universality

@inproceedings{Kis2000TestingSA,
title={Testing Some Alternative Models for Complex Low-energy Excitation Relaxation in Density Wave Systems},
author={Andras Kis and Domagoj Pavi{\vc}i{\'c} and D . Stare{\vs}ini{\'c} and Katica Biljakovic and J . C . Lasjaunias and Pierre Monceau},
year={2000}
}