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Residence time in presence of moving defects and obstacles

@inproceedings{Cirillo2021ResidenceTI,
  title={Residence time in presence of moving defects and obstacles},
  author={Emilio N. M. Cirillo and Matteo Colangeli and A Di Francesco},
  year={2021}
}
We discuss the properties of the residence time in presence of moving defects or obstacles for a particle performing a one dimensional random walk. More precisely, for a particle conditioned to exit through the right endpoint, we measure the typical time needed to cross the entire lattice in presence of defects. We find explicit formulae for the residence time and discuss several models of moving obstacles. The presence of a stochastic updating rule for the motion of the obstacle smoothens the… Expand

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