Discriminating Between Normal And Anomalous Random Walks

PHYSICAL REVIEW E, no. 6 (2009): 061122-061122

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Abstract

Commonly, normal diffusive behavior is characterized by a linear dependence of the second central moment on time, << x(2)(t)>>proportional to t, while anomalous behavior is expected to show a different time dependence, << x(2)(t)>>proportional to t(delta) with delta < 1 for subdiffusive and delta>1 for superdiffusive motions. Here we expl...More

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