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Age evolution in the mean field forest fire model via multitype branching processes

@article{Crane2018AgeEI,
  title={Age evolution in the mean field forest fire model via multitype branching processes},
  author={Edward Crane and B. R{\'a}th and D. Yeo},
  journal={arXiv: Probability},
  year={2018}
}
  • Edward Crane, B. Ráth, D. Yeo
  • Published 2018
  • Mathematics
  • arXiv: Probability
  • We study the distribution of ages in the mean field forest fire model introduced by Rath and Toth. This model is an evolving random graph whose dynamics combine Erdős-Renyi edge-addition with a Poisson rain of lightning strikes. All edges in a connected component are deleted when any of its vertices is struck by lightning. We consider the asymptotic regime of lightning rates for which the model displays self-organized criticality. The age of a vertex increases at unit rate, but it is reset to… CONTINUE READING
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