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  • ...ations e.g. in biology (lung, kidneys, heart rate variability, etc...), in earthquakes, in finance where it is related to the so called heavy tail distributions a
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  • *"n(t)" is the rate of earthquakes in a time after the main shock <ref>F. Omori (1894) "On the aftershocks of earthquakes," ''Journal of the College of Science, Imperial University of Tokyo'', vol.
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