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Deijfen, M. och Häggström, O. (2006) *Nonmonotonic Coexistence Regions for the Two-type Richardson Model on Graphs*.

** BibTeX **

@article{

Deijfen2006,

author={Deijfen, Maria and Häggström, Olle},

title={Nonmonotonic Coexistence Regions for the Two-type Richardson Model on Graphs},

journal={Electronic Journal of Probability},

issn={1083-6489},

volume={11},

pages={331-344},

abstract={In the two-type Richardson model on a graph G=(V,E), each vertex is at a given time in state 0,1 or 2. A 0 flips to a 1 (resp. 2) at rate λ1 (λ2) times the number of neighboring 1's (2's), while 1's and 2's never flip. When G is infinite, the main question is whether, starting from a single 1 and a single 2, with positive probability we will see both types of infection reach infinitely many sites. This has previously been studied on the d-dimensional cubic lattice Z2, d≥2, where the conjecture (on which a good deal of progress has been made) is that such coexistence has positive probability if and only if λ1 =λ2. In the present paper examples are given of other graphs where the set of points in the parameter space which admit such coexistence has a more surprising form. In particular, there exist graphs exhibiting coexistence at some value of (λ1 /λ2) and non-coexistence when this ratio is brought closer to 1.},

year={2006},

}

** RefWorks **

RT Journal Article

SR Electronic

ID 24479

A1 Deijfen, Maria

A1 Häggström, Olle

T1 Nonmonotonic Coexistence Regions for the Two-type Richardson Model on Graphs

YR 2006

JF Electronic Journal of Probability

SN 1083-6489

VO 11

SP 331

OP 344

AB In the two-type Richardson model on a graph G=(V,E), each vertex is at a given time in state 0,1 or 2. A 0 flips to a 1 (resp. 2) at rate λ1 (λ2) times the number of neighboring 1's (2's), while 1's and 2's never flip. When G is infinite, the main question is whether, starting from a single 1 and a single 2, with positive probability we will see both types of infection reach infinitely many sites. This has previously been studied on the d-dimensional cubic lattice Z2, d≥2, where the conjecture (on which a good deal of progress has been made) is that such coexistence has positive probability if and only if λ1 =λ2. In the present paper examples are given of other graphs where the set of points in the parameter space which admit such coexistence has a more surprising form. In particular, there exist graphs exhibiting coexistence at some value of (λ1 /λ2) and non-coexistence when this ratio is brought closer to 1.

LA eng

LK http://publications.lib.chalmers.se/records/fulltext/local_24479.pdf

OL 30