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Limiting speed of a second class particle in ASEP

  title={Limiting speed of a second class particle in ASEP},
  author={Promit Ghosal and Axel Saenz and Ethan C. Zell},
  journal={arXiv: Probability},
We study the asymptotic speed of a second class particle in the two-species asymmetric simple exclusion process (ASEP) on $\mathbb{Z}$ with each particle belonging either to the first class or the second class. For any fixed non-negative integer $L$, we consider the two-species ASEP started from the initial data with all the sites of $\mathbb{Z}_{<-L}$ occupied by first class particles, all the sites of $\mathbb{Z}_{[-L,0]}$ occupied by second class particles, and the rest of the sites of… 

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