Exotic trees.

@article{Burda2003ExoticT,
  title={Exotic trees.},
  author={Zdzislaw Burda and Jenny Erdmann and Bengt Petersson and Marc Wattenberg},
  journal={Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics},
  year={2003},
  volume={67 2 Pt 2},
  pages={
          026105
        }
}
We discuss the scaling properties of free branched polymers. The scaling behavior of the model is classified by the Hausdorff dimensions for the internal geometry, d(L) and d(H), and for the external one, D(L) and D(H). The dimensions d(H) and D(H) characterize the behavior for long distances, while d(L) and D(L) for short distances. We show that the internal Hausdorff dimension is d(L)=2 for generic and scale-free trees, contrary to d(H), which is known to be equal to 2 for generic trees and… 

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