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Steif, J. (2011) *A mini course on percolation theory*.

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@article{

Steif2011,

author={Steif, Jeffrey},

title={A mini course on percolation theory},

journal={Jyväskylä Lectures in Mathematics},

issn={1797-4321},

volume={3},

pages={1-41},

abstract={These are lecture notes based on a mini course on percolation which was given at the Jyväskylä summer school in mathematics in Jyväskylä, Finland, August 2009. The point of the course was to try to touch on a number of different topics in percolation in order to give people some feel for
the field. These notes follow fairly closely the lectures given in the summer school. However, some topics covered in these notes were not covered in the lectures (such as continuity of the percolation function above the critical value) while other topics covered in detail in the lectures are not proved
in these notes (such as conformal invariance). },

year={2011},

}

** RefWorks **

RT Journal Article

SR Electronic

ID 188016

A1 Steif, Jeffrey

T1 A mini course on percolation theory

YR 2011

JF Jyväskylä Lectures in Mathematics

SN 1797-4321

VO 3

SP 1

OP 41

AB These are lecture notes based on a mini course on percolation which was given at the Jyväskylä summer school in mathematics in Jyväskylä, Finland, August 2009. The point of the course was to try to touch on a number of different topics in percolation in order to give people some feel for
the field. These notes follow fairly closely the lectures given in the summer school. However, some topics covered in these notes were not covered in the lectures (such as continuity of the percolation function above the critical value) while other topics covered in detail in the lectures are not proved
in these notes (such as conformal invariance).

LA eng

LK http://www.math.chalmers.se/~steif/perc.pdf

OL 30