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STATS 221

Random Processes on Graphs and Lattices

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3 units

Letter or Credit/No Credit

Covering modern topics in the study of random processes on graphs and lattices. Specifically, a subset of: Random walks, electrical networks and flows. Uniform spanning trees. Percolation and self-avoiding walks. Contact process, voter model and the exclusion process. Ising, Potts, and Random-Cluster model. Random graphs. Prerequisites: MATH 115 (or equivalent), STAT 217 (or equivalent).

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