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Superslow processes are those processes, in which current values change so little that their capture is very difficult and even nearly impossible because of their smallness in comparison with the measurement error.[1] The term superslow processes was introduced by Russian mathematician Vladimir M. Miklyukov. In traditional scientific research, superslow processes lie beyond the scope of investigation due to the reason of their superslowness.

Examples of such processes can be found in biology, astronomy, physics, mechanics, economics, linguistics, ecology, etc.[1]

Superslow Processes is also the name of a scientific seminar held in Volgograd State University (Russia) under direct leadership of Prof. Vladimir M. Miklyukov. Reports of seminar members are published yearly in Notes of the Seminar 'Superslow Processes'.


  1. ^ a b Miklyukov, Vladimir M., "Abstract",,, retrieved 10/25/09;  

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