Random walk in random environment: A counterexample?
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We describe a family of random walks in random environments which have exponentially decaying correlations, nearest neighbor transition probabilities which are bounded away from 0, and yet are subdiffusive in any dimensiond<∞.
KeywordsNeural Network Statistical Physic Complex System Random Walk Nonlinear Dynamics
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