Biased random walk on random networks in presence of stochastic resetting: exact results

  title={Biased random walk on random networks in presence of stochastic resetting: exact results},
  author={Mrinal Sarkar and Shamik Gupta},
  journal={Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical},
We consider biased random walks on random networks constituted by a random comb comprising a backbone with quenched-disordered random-length branches. The backbone and the branches run in the direction of the bias. For the bare model as also when the model is subject to stochastic resetting, whereby the walkers on the branches reset with a constant rate to the respective backbone sites, we obtain exact stationary-state static and dynamic properties for a given disorder realization of branch… 



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