Collision times of random walks and applications to the Brownian web

@inproceedings{Coupier2015CollisionTO,
  title={Collision times of random walks and applications to the Brownian web},
  author={David Coupier and Kumarjit Saha and Anish Sarkar and Viet Chi Tran},
  year={2015}
}
  • David Coupier, Kumarjit Saha, +1 author Viet Chi Tran
  • Published 2015
  • Mathematics
  • Convergence of directed forests, spanning on random subsets of lattices or on point processes, towards the Brownian web has made the subject of an abundant literature, a large part of which relies on a criterion proposed by Fontes Isopi Newman and Ravishankar (2004). One of their convergence condition, called (B2), roughly states that the probability that the first collision time of three paths, crossing a small segment of length $\varepsilon$, bigger than $t (>0)$ is of small order of… CONTINUE READING

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