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An introduction to the random Interlacements process and the uni and bi dimensional versions

Darcy Camargo, University of Campinas and UW
Monday, May 15, 2017 - 2:30pm
THO 235

The process of Random Interlacements is a stationary process (usually on Z^d) constituted by doubly infinite random walks trajectories. In this walk we introduce the model, its main properties and results, specially for the lower dimensional cases where the recurrence of the random walk modify the classical definition of the process.

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