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Random walks on the two-dimensional K-comb lattice

@inproceedings{Csaki2022RandomWO,
  title={Random walks on the two-dimensional K-comb lattice},
  author={Endre Cs'aki and Ant'onia Foldes},
  year={2022}
}
We study the path behavior of the symmetric walk on some special comb-type subsets of Z 2 which are obtained from Z 2 by generalizing the comb having finitely many horizontal lines instead of one. 

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