arxiv: Condensed Matter::Disordered Systems and Neural Networks
This article reviews some effects of disorder in percolation systems even away from the critical density p_c. For densities below p_c, the statistics of large clusters defines the animals problem. Its relation to the directed animals problem and the Lee-Yang edge singul... View more
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