Branching Random Walk with Catalysts

  title={Branching Random Walk with Catalysts},
  author={Harry Kesten},
Abstract Shnerb et al. (2000), (2001) studied the following system of interacting particles on Z: There are two kinds of particles, called A-particles and B-particles. The A-particles perform continuous time simple random walks, independently of each other. The jumprate of each A-particle is DA. The B-particles perform continuous time simple random walks with jumprate DB , but in addition they die at rate δ and a B-particle at x at time s splits into two particles at x during the next ds time… CONTINUE READING
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