Scaling inequalities for oriented percolation
We look at seven critical exponents associated with two-dimensional oriented percolation. Scaling theory implies that these quantities satisfy four equalities. We prove five related inequalitites.
Key wordsCritical phenomena scaling relations critical exponents correlation lengths renormalized bond construction
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