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2016

2016

I present a fast algorithm for modeling invasion percolation (IP) with trapping (TIP). IP is a numerical algorithm that models… Expand

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2010

2010

Developing efficient computational algorithms for studying complex phenomena has been a long-standing problem in physics and… Expand

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2007

2007

We consider invasion percolation on the square lattice. van den Berg, Peres, Sidoravicius and Vares have proved that the… Expand

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2005

2005

The sapwood fibers in green softwood are normally filled – or nearly filled – with free water. This water forms a continuous… Expand

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1998

1998

The authors develop and evaluate a modified invasion percolation (MIP) model for quasi-static immiscible displacement in… Expand

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1997

1997

with dopt 1.22 6 0.01 in d 2, dopt 1.42 6 0.02 in d 3, and dopt 1.59 6 0.02 in d 4 [6,7], which is different from the scaling of… Expand

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1995

Highly Cited

1995

The structure of a spanning forest that generalizes the minimal spanning tree is considered for infinite graphs with a value f(b… Expand

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1991

1991

STREAM networks evolve by headward growth and branching away from escarpments such as rift margins. The structure of these… Expand

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1986

1986

A novel form of percolation is considered which is motivated by models of the displacement of one fluid by another from a porous… Expand

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1983

Highly Cited

1983

A new kind of percolation problem is described which differs from ordinary percolation theory in that it automatically finds the… Expand

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