The simplest version of percolation takes place on , which we view as a graph with edges between neighbouring vertices. All edges of are, independently of each other, chosen to be open with probability and closed with probability. Clearly and , since there are no open edges at all when and all edges are open when.
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For some models there is a such that the global behaviour of the system is quite different for and for. Such a sharp transition in global behaviour of a system at some parameter value is called a phase transition or a critical phenomenon, and the parameter value at which the transition takes place is called a critical value.
The basic mathematical methods and techniques of random processes and an overview of the most important applications will enable the student to use analytical techniques and models to study questions in modern applications in biological and physical systems, communication networks, financial market, decision processes.
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