# The innite rate symbiotic branching model: from discrete to continuous space

@article{Hammer2015TheIR, title={The innite rate symbiotic branching model: from discrete to continuous space}, author={Matthias Hammer and Marcel Ortgiese}, journal={arXiv: Probability}, year={2015} }

The symbiotic branching model describes a spatial population consisting of two types that are allowed to migrate in space and branch locally only if both types are present. We continue our investigation of the large scale behaviour of the system started in [BHO15], where we showed that the continuum system converges after diusive rescaling. Inspired by a scaling property of the continuum model, a series of earlier works initiated by Klenke and Mytnik [KM12a, KM12b] studied the model on a… CONTINUE READING

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