Finite-size effects and percolation properties of Poisson geometries.

@article{Larmier2016FinitesizeEA,
  title={Finite-size effects and percolation properties of Poisson geometries.},
  author={Colline Larmier and Eric Dumonteil and Fausto Malvagi and Alain Mazzolo and Andrea Zoia},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2016},
  volume={94 1-1},
  pages={
          012130
        }
}
Random tessellations of the space represent a class of prototype models of heterogeneous media, which are central in several applications in physics, engineering, and life sciences. In this work, we investigate the statistical properties of d-dimensional isotropic Poisson geometries by resorting to Monte Carlo simulation, with special emphasis on the case d=3. We first analyze the behavior of the key features of these stochastic geometries as a function of the dimension d and the linear size L… 

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