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Scaling of sub-ballistic 1D Random Walks among biased Random Conductances

Abstract : We consider two models of one-dimensional random walks among biased i.i.d. random conductances: the first is the classical exponential tilt of the conductances, while the second comes from the effect of adding an external field to a random walk on a point process (the bias depending on the distance between points). We study the case when the walk is transient to the right but sub-ballistic, and identify the correct scaling of the random walk: we find $\alpha \in[0,1]$ such that $\log X_n / \log n \to \alpha$. Interestingly, $\alpha$ does not depend on the intensity of the bias in the first case, but it does in the second case.
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  • ARXIV : 1711.04676


Quentin Berger, Michele Salvi. Scaling of sub-ballistic 1D Random Walks among biased Random Conductances. 2018. ⟨hal-01635371v2⟩



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