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[en] The applicability ground of some requirements characteristic for the components of Girer and Meinhardt chemical kinetic system (1) (for example, component autocatalysis) to the radiation defect kinetic system is given. Our fulfilled comparative analysis of these kinetic systems has permitted essentially to amend the kinetic system for the defects of nonlinear physical system 'metal+load+irradiation' (2). Developing the approaches having suggested in (3), where the differences between radiation creep mechanisms and the ranges of their application (depending on external parameters) for fuel and constructional metals were formalized, the division of the kinetic systems for the defects of constructional and fuel metals is carrying out. Here autocatalytic singularities of the kinetic system for the defects of reactor fuel metals resulting from the exoenergic autocatalytic character of nuclear fission reactions being the main dot defect source for fuel metals are emphasized
[en] The non-exponential relaxation is shown to result from the temporal subordination of an initial, exponentially decaying state by inverse tempered α-stable processes. In contrast to the ordinary α-stable processes the tempered α-stable ones are characterized by the finiteness of their moments. This approach establishes a direct link between the Cole-Cole and the Cole-Davidson relaxation laws.