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We investigate the effects of anisotropy on finite-size scaling of site percolation in two dimensions. We consider a lattice of size n(x) x n(y). We define an aspect ratio omega=n(x)/n(y) and consider the mean connected fraction P (averaged over the realizations) as a function of the site occupancy probability (p), the system size (n(x)), and this aspect(More)
We investigate the effects of anisotropy on the finite-size scaling of connectivity and conductivity of continuum percolation in three dimensions. We consider a system of size X×Y×Z in which cubic bodies of size a×b×c are placed randomly. We define two aspect ratios to request anisotropy then we expect that the displacement of average connected fraction P(More)
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