# T. E. Harris’ contributions to interacting particle systems and percolation

@article{Liggett2011TEH, title={T. E. Harris’ contributions to interacting particle systems and percolation}, author={T. Liggett}, journal={Annals of Probability}, year={2011}, volume={39}, pages={407-416} }

This is a bird’s eye view of T. E. Harris’ work on interacting particle systems and percolation, and of its impact on later work in probability theory and mathematical physics. nal illness and death was a great loss to me personally and professionally, as well as to probability theory in Southern California and beyond. For three decades, he and I were the primary probabilists at USC and UCLA respectively. Our approach to mathematics and our mathematical interests were very similar. My wife… Expand

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