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Random walk on nonnegative integers in beta distributed random environment

@inproceedings{Barraquand2022RandomWO,
  title={Random walk on nonnegative integers in beta distributed random environment},
  author={Guillaume Barraquand and M. Rychnovsky},
  year={2022}
}
We consider random walks on the nonnegative integers in a space-time dependent random environment. We assume that transition probabilities are given by independent Beta(μ, μ) distributed random variables, with a specific behaviour at the boundary, controlled by an extra parameter η. We show that this model is exactly solvable and prove a formula for the mixed moments of the random heat kernel. We then provide two formulas that allow us to study the large-scale behaviour. The first involves a… 

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