Local persistence in the directed percolation universality class

  title={Local persistence in the directed percolation universality class},
  author={J. Fuchs and J{\"o}rg Schelter and Francesco Ginelli and Haye Hinrichsen},
  journal={Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment},
We revisit the problem of local persistence in directed percolation, reporting improved estimates of the persistence exponent in 1+1 dimensions, discovering strong corrections to scaling in higher dimensions, and investigating the mean field limit. Moreover, we examine a graded persistence probability that a site does not flip more than m times and demonstrate how local persistence can be studied in seed simulations. Finally, the problem of spatial (as opposed to temporal) persistence is… 
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