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On phase transition in the hard-core model on ${\bf Z}^d$

@article{Galvin2012OnPT,
  title={On phase transition in the hard-core model on \$\{\bf Z\}^d\$},
  author={David J. Galvin and Jeff Kahn},
  journal={arXiv: Combinatorics},
  year={2012}
}
It is shown that the hard-core model on ${\bf Z}^d$ exhibits a phase transition at activities above some function $\lambda(d)$ which tends to zero as $d\rightarrow \infty$ 

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