A Monte-Carlo Analysis of Percolation of Line-Segments on a Square Lattice

@inproceedings{YLeroyer1993AMA,
  title={A Monte-Carlo Analysis of Percolation of Line-Segments on a Square Lattice},
  author={Y.Leroyer and E.Pommiers},
  year={1993}
}
We study the percolative properties of bi-dimensional systems generated by a random sequential adsorption of line-segments on a square lattice. As the segment length grows, the percolation threshold decreases, goes through a minimum and then increases slowly for large segments. We explain this non-monotonic behaviour by a structural change of the percolation clusters. Moreover, it is strongly suggested that these systems do not belong to the universality class of random site percolation. 

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