• Corpus ID: 242757083

Game-driven random walks: Survival time statistics

@inproceedings{Krivonosov2021GamedrivenRW,
  title={Game-driven random walks: Survival time statistics},
  author={Mikhail I. Krivonosov and Sergey N. Tikhomirov and S. Denisov},
  year={2021}
}
Random walks are most universal tool to describe and analyze complex spatio-temporal activity of living beings, ranging from cells to humans.Most of such processes are not truly random but are results of a complex multilayered combination of cognitive processes and decision making – foraging, search for a mate, mapping of a new territory. Here we consider a walk process in a two-dimensional domain driven by a game in which players pursuit the opposite aims: one want t stay as long as possible… 

Figures and Tables from this paper

References

SHOWING 1-3 OF 3 REFERENCES

Area laws for the entanglement entropy - a review

Physical interactions in quantum many-body systems are typically local: Individual constituents interact mainly with their few nearest neighbors. This locality of interactions is inherited by a decay

Simulating quantum dynamics: Evolution of algorithms in the HPC context

TLDR
This mini-review overviews the evolution, from the late 1980s to the current year 2020, of the algorithms used to simulate dynamics of quantum systems and puts the emphasis on implementation aspects and computational resource scaling with the model size and propagation time.

Color online) Trajectory of PvP mode game obtained from the experiment divided by rounds that consist of 40 turns