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Collisions of Random Walks in Dynamic Random Environments

Halberstam, Noah and Hutchcroft, Tom (2020) Collisions of Random Walks in Dynamic Random Environments. . (Unpublished) https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20210924-202129801

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Abstract

We study dynamic random conductance models on ℤ² in which the environment evolves as a reversible Markov process that is stationary under space-time shifts. We prove under a second moment assumption that two conditionally independent random walks in the same environment collide infinitely often almost surely. These results apply in particular to random walks on dynamical percolation.


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Hutchcroft, Tom0000-0003-0061-593X
Additional Information:We thank Sebastian Andres and Jonathan Hermon for helpful comments on a draft of the paper.
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