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Coexistence of competing first passage percolation on hyperbolic graphs. (arXiv:1810.04593v1 [math.PR])

We study a natural growth process with competition, which was recently introduced to analyze MDLA, a challenging model for the growth of an aggregate by diffusing particles. The growth process consists of two first-passage percolation processes $\text{FPP}_1$ and $\text{FPP}_\lambda$, spreading with rates $1$ and $\lambda>0$ respectively, on a graph $G$. $\text{FPP}_1$ starts from a single vertex at the origin $o$, while the initial configuration of $\text{FPP}_\lambda$ consists of infinitely many \emph{seeds} distributed according to a product of Bernoulli measures of parameter $\mu>0$ on $V(G)\setminus \{o\}$. $\text{FPP}_1$ starts spreading from time 0, while each seed of $\text{FPP}_\lambda$ only starts spreading after it has been reached by either $\text{FPP}_1$ or $\text{FPP}_\lambda$. A fundamental question in this model, and in growth processes with competition in general, is whether the two processes coexist (i.e., both produce infinite clusters) with positive probabilit查看全文

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