Random walk on the incipient infinite cluster for oriented percolation in high dimensions

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Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences , Kyoto, Japan
Statementby Martin T. Barlow ... [et al.].
SeriesSūri Kaiseki Kenkyūjo kōkyūroku -- RIMS-1563
ContributionsBarlow, M. T.
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LC ClassificationsMLCS 2007/43958 (Q)
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Pagination44 p. :
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Open LibraryOL16288873M
LC Control Number2007533241

We consider simple random walk on the incipient infinite cluster for the spread-out model of oriented percolation on Zd × Z+. In dimensions d > 6, we obtain bounds on exit times, transition probabilities, and the range of the random walk, which establish that the spectral dimension of the incipient infinite cluster is 4 3, and thereby prove a version of the Alexander–.

We consider simple random walk on the incipient infinite cluster for the spread-out model of oriented percolation on $${\mathbb{Z}}^{d} \times {\mathbb{Z}}_+$$. In dimensions d > 6, we obtain bounds on exit times, transition probabilities, and the range of the random walk, which establish that the spectral dimension of the incipient infinite cluster is $$\frac {4}{3}$$, and thereby prove a Cited by: Random Walk on the Incipient Infinite Cluster for Oriented Percolation in High Dimensions Article (PDF Available) in Communications in Mathematical Physics (2) September with 40 Reads.

Abstract: We consider simple random walk on the incipient infinite cluster for the spread-out model of oriented percolation on $Z^d \times Z_+$. In dimensions $d>6$, we obtain bounds on exit times, transition probabilities, and the range of the random walk, which establish that the spectral dimension of the incipient infinite cluster is 4/3, and thereby prove a version of the Alexander- Author: Martin T.

Barlow, Antal A. Jarai, Takashi Kumagai, Gordon Slade. We consider simple random walk on the incipient infinite cluster for the spread-out model of oriented percolation on {mathbb{Z}} d × {mathbb{Z}}_+. In dimensions d > 6, we obtain bounds on exit times, transition probabilities, and the range of the random walk, which establish that the spectral dimension of the incipient infinite cluster is frac {4}{3}, and thereby prove a version of the Alexander Cited by: R.

van der Hofstad, F. den Hollander, and G. Slade, Construction of the incipient infinite cluster for spread-out oriented percolation above 4+1 dimensions, Commun. lation in high dimensions, the scaling limits of the incipient in nite cluster’s two-point and three-point Random walk on the incipient infinite cluster for oriented percolation in high dimensions book are those of integrated super-Brownian excursion (ISE).

The proof uses an extension of the lace expansion for perco-lation. Introduction Percolation has received much attention in mathematics and in physics, as a simple model of a phase transition. Random walk on the incipient infinite cluster for oriented percolation in high dimensions.

Communications in Mathematical Physics– Bollobás, B. and Riordan, O. Percolation.

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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Brézis, H. and Lieb, E. A relation between pointwise convergence of functions and convergence of. Van der Hofstad and Járai constructed the incipient infinite cluster in high dimensions, and earlier, van der Hofstad, den Hollander and Slade constructed the IIC for high-dimensional oriented percolation.

Both constructions were achieved by making use of the lace expansion. The lace expansion for percolation. TITLE = {Construction of the incipient infinite cluster for spread-out oriented percolation above {$4+1$} dimensions}, JOURNAL = {Comm.

Math. Phys.}, FJOURNAL = {Communications in Mathematical Physics}. We consider simple random walk on the incipient infinite cluster for the spread-out model of oriented percolation on $Z^d \times Z_+$. In dimensions $d>6$, we obtain bounds on exit times.

7) Random walk on the incipient infinite cluster for oriented percolation in high dimensions (AMS Sectional Meeting, Storrs, October ) PDF File (kb) 6) Stochastic Processes on Fractals (Stochastic Analysis and Related Topics, Marburg, July ) PDF File (kb) 5) A trace theorem for Dirichlet forms on fractals.

Random walk on the incipient infinite cluster for oriented percolation in high dimensions. Comm. Math. Phys., (), no 2, PDF File (kb), Post Script File. (kb) 39) I. Fujii and T. Kumagai, Heat kernel estimates on the incipient infinite cluster for critical branching processes.

Proceedings of German-Japanese symposium in. 'This book, written with great care, is a comprehensive course on random walks on graphs, with a focus on the relation between rough geometric properties of the underlying graph and the asymptotic behavior of the random walk on it.

It is accessible to graduate students but may also serve as a good reference for researchers. random walk on a critical percolation cluster moves significantly slower than diffusive.

Several critical exponents for the walk have been established rigorously in the context of high-dimensional oriented and unoriented percolation [BJKS08,KN09]. Recent work has extended this to situations. out oriented percolation incipient infinite cluster above 4 dimensions and of incipient infinite branching random walk in any dimension.

We conjecture that it also arises as the scaling limit in various other models above the upper-critical dimension, such as the incipient infi. Barlow & Kumagai (): random walk on the IIC on a tree (‘d = ∞’) has sub-Gaussian heat kernel estimates.

Croydon (), the scaling limit is Brownian motion on the continuum random tree. Barlow, Jarai, Kumagai and Slade (), random walk on high dimensional spreadout oriented percolation.

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Random walks onpercolation clusters – p. Chapter Random walks on percolation clusters Random walks on the in nite cluster Random walks on nite critical clusters Random walk on the incipient in nite cluster Chapter Related results Super-process limits of percolation clusters Oriented percolation Scaling limit of.

We study the asymptotic behavior the exit times of random walk from Euclidean balls around the origin of the incipient infinite cluster in a manner inspired by. The incipient infinite cluster, with the random walk thereon, has attracted much attention in a variety of further contexts since Harry's work on Z 2.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): We construct the incipient infinite cluster measure (IIC) for sufficiently spread-out ori-ented percolation on Zd × Z+, for d + 1> 4 + 1.

We consider two different constructions. For the first construction, we define Pn(E) by taking the probability of the intersection of an event E with the event that the origin is. The incipient infinite cluster (IIC) measure is the percolation measure at criticality conditioned on the cluster of the origin to be infinite.

Using the lace expansion, we construct the IIC measure for high-dimensional percolation models in three different ways, extending previous work by the second-named author and Járai.

We derive quenched subdiffusive lower bounds for the exit time τ (n) from a box of size n for the simple random walk on the planar invasion percolation cluster. The first part of the paper is devoted to proving an almost sure analogue of H.

Kesten’s subdiffusivity theorem for the random walk on the incipient infinite cluster and the invasion percolation cluster using ideas of M. Aizenman, A. Random walk on the incipient infinite cluster for oriented percolation in high dimensions, (). Random walk on the incipient infinite cluster on trees, ().

Critical two-point functions and the lace expansion for spread-out high-dimensional percolation and related models. Ann. Probab. (). PDF file; R. van der Hofstad, F. den Hollander and G.

Slade. Construction of the incipient infinite cluster for spread-out oriented percolation above 4+1 dimensions. Commun. Math. Abstract. Abstract. Let G be the incipient infinite cluster (IIC) for percolation on a homogeneous tree of degree n0 + 1. We obtain estimates for the transition density of the the continuous time simple random walk Y on G; the process satisfies anomalous diffusion and has spectral dimension.

Construction of the incipient infinite cluster for spread-out Pagina-navigatie: Main; Save publication. Save as MODS; Export to Mendeley; Save as EndNote. Progress in High-Dimensional Percolation and Random Graphs Markus Heydenreich, Remco van der Hofstad (auth.) This text presents an engaging exposition of the active field of high-dimensional percolation that will likely provide an impetus for future work.

We consider random walks on random graphs determined by a some kind of continuum percolation on $\mathbf{R}$. The vertex set of the random graph is given by the Poisson points conditioned that all points of $\mathbf{Z}$ are contained.

The edge set of the random graph is determined by the random radii of the spheres centered at each points. Random Walk on the Incipient Infinite Cluster for Oriented Percolation in High Dimensions.

Martin T. Barlow, Antal Járai, We show that the electrical resistance between the origin and generation n of the incipient infinite oriented branching random walk in dimensions d.

Random walk on the incipient infinite cluster for oriented percolation in high dimensions. Communications in Mathematical Physics, () arXiv:math/v2; A.A.

Járai and F. Redig: Infinite volume limit of the Abelian sandpile model in dimensions d ≥ 3.

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Probability Theory and Related Fields, () Random walk on the incipient infinite cluster for oriented percolation in high dimensions We consider simple random walk on the incipient infinite cluster for the spread-out model of oriented percolation in d+1 dimensions. For d > 6, we obtain bounds on exit times, transition probabilities, and the range of the random walk, which establish that.

We consider oriented bond percolation on Z d × N, at the critical occupation density p c, for d>4. The model is a “spread-out” model having long range parameterised by L. We consider configurations in which the cluster of the origin survives to time n, and scale space by n 1/ prove that for L sufficiently large all the moment measures converge, as n→∞, to those of the canonical.