Finite-size scaling of survival probability in branching processes

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Garcia-Millan, Rosalba; Font-Clos, Francesc; Corral, Alvaro;
  • Subject: Condensed Matter - Statistical Mechanics | Condensed Matter - Disordered Systems and Neural Networks

Branching processes pervade many models in statistical physics. We investigate the survival probability of a Galton-Watson branching process after a finite number of generations. We reveal the finite-size scaling law of the survival probability for a given branching pro... View more
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