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Loop-Erased Walks Intersect Infinitely Often in Four Dimensions

Gregory F. Lawler, Duke University


Abstract
In this short note we show that the paths two independent loop-erased random walks in four dimensions intersect infinitely often. We actually prove the stronger result that the cut-points of the two walks intersect infinitely often.


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Pages: 35-42

Published on: June 6, 1998


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