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1 Introduction
1.1 Mechanical Properties
1.1.1 Viscosity and Modulus
Under Large Strain Rates [23]
1.1.2 The Debye Model
1.1.3 Non-Debye Relaxation Functions
1.1.4 Time-Temperature Superposition
1.2 The Glass Transition
to molecular dynamics
1.3 Molecular Dynamics
1.4 Diffusion and the Scalar Metric Revisited
1.5 Autocorrelation and Relaxation Functions
2 Fitting Autocorrelation Functions
2.1 Spectral Method
2.2 Multi-exponential Model
2.3 The KWW and CD functions
3 Relevant Theoretical Models and Spin Glasses
3.1 Rouse Model
3.2 Mode Coupling Theory
3.3 Coupling Model
3.4 Spin Glasses
4 Research Context: Physical Aging and Ma-
5 Methods and Results
5.1 Spectral
5.2 Multi-exponential Model
Figure 17: Eleven Term Multi-Exponential Fit: Low Packing Fraction
Figure 18: Eleven Term Multi-Exponential Fit: High Packing Fraction
5.3 The KWW Model
5.3.1 The Ballistic Region
5.3.2 Time-Temperature Superposition Revisited
5.3.4 The KWW Model in Frequency Space
5.4 The Cole-Davidson Model
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