Phase segregation and transport in a two-species multi-lane system

  title={Phase segregation and transport in a two-species multi-lane system},
  author={Sudipto Muhuri and Ignacio Pagonabarraga},
  journal={Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment},
We present a two-channel driven lattice gas model with oppositely directed species moving on two parallel lanes with lane switching processes. We study the correlated lane switching mechanism for particles so that switching may occur with finite probability only when oppositely directed species meet on the same channel. The system is analyzed for a closed ring with conserved total particle number. For asymmetric particle exchange between the lanes, the system exhibits a unique polarization… 
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