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Invasion percolation, a recently introduced stochastic growth model, is analyzed and compared to the critical behavior of standardd-dimensional Bernoulli percolation. Various functions which measure the distribution of values accepted into the dynamically growing invaded region are studied. The empirical distribution of values accepted is shown to be asymptotically unity above the half-space threshold and linear below the point at which the expected cluster size diverges for the associated Bernoulli problem. An acceptance profile is defined and shown to have corresponding behavior. Quantities related to the geometry of the invaded region are studied, including the surface to volume ratio and the volume fraction. The former is shown to have upper and lower bounds in terms of the above defined critical points, and the latter is bounded above by the probability of connection to infinity at the half-space threshold. Provided that the critical regimes of Bernoulli percolation possess their anticipated properties, as is known to be the case in two dimensions, these results verify numerical predictions on the acceptance profile, establish the existence of a sharp surface to volume ratio and show that the invaded region has zero volume fraction. Large-time asymptotics are analyzed in terms of the probability that the invaded region accepts a value greater thanx at timen. This quantity is shown to be bounded below byh(x)exp[−c(x)n (d-1)/d ] forx above threshold, and to have an upper bound of the same form forx larger than a particular value (which coincides with the threshold ind=2). For two dimensions, it is also established that the infinite-time invaded region is essentially independent of initial conditions.
Communications in Mathematical Physics – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 8, 2005
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