# Additive and cancellative interacting particle systems by David Griffeath PDF By David Griffeath

ISBN-10: 354009508X

ISBN-13: 9783540095088

Griffeath D. Additive and Cancellative Interacting Particle structures (LNM0724, Springer, 1979)(ISBN 354009508X)(1s)_Mln_

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Proves that the basic contact system {(~A)} Harris (1978) satisfies a more general collection of correlation inequalities than those in Theorem (Z. 14) has a simple but consequence. Theorem. Let {(~A)} be a nonergodic basic contact system (d = I) . Then lim inf t~oD Proof. o P(O c ~ t ) > 0 . If the system is nonergodic, then s 0 = %,i(0 is infected) = P(T@ : co) > 0 , and Z P(O ~ ~ ) = Let Z + = {0,1,Z, • "" } • 0 P ( T ~ > t ) -> a Vt . 14) ; we get Z Z+ 0 Z+ s ~t ' ~ n /~)->--~-- P(O¢ Z+ N t (0) > 0 S i n c e p a t h s c a n n o t jump o v e r o n e a n o t h e r , 0 i m p l y N t (0) > 0 .

Now . (Z. 6). 'k In addition, let ~Z = z + ~Z (~B) in terms of ~I and Introduce m a k e a copy of ~L = m i n { t : d( ([%B U (z+C)) let ~l be the ~tz + C in terms of '~t ' by letting the flow A which starts from B use Thus, /~Z @i while the flow starting from z + C uses @Z until T L A and @i thereafter. ~[~(~B)~AZ(~t Z TL > t . ii) P Since is mixing, and the second term does not have influence from ~ [] A Theorem. Let lim t~ ~ Proof. s. 10)) D o ~ (0,1) n--~ vo C(l t 1 . if A(x) / A(x+l) . Birkhoff's theorem yields 1 h a s an e d g e at ~- ) Since V0 in [-n, n] } pt has a positive , Zn = C([t I {edges of It~0 ) = [P([t Z, I {clusters of A in [-n,n]} I by at most lira It f o l l o w s t h a t xe gO [{edges of It in [-n,n] }[ VO Zn = P(~t density of edges for 0 e (0, i) , in P-probability.

To define them. But n o w w e introduce a different representation of process interpretation. from (~zxtB-U C ) , by making use of the coalescing branching AB Namely, whenever a particle from (~t) collides with one AC (~t) ' the former survives and the latter dies. 19) In terms of our construction, Vt ~ T . Z0) Problems. 19) • [] S h o w by example that the correlation inequalities of the last theorem do not hold for all additive systems. For which additive {(~A)} other than proximity systems are the inequalities valid?