## Random walk in random environment: A counterexample?

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Bramson, M; Durrett, R

Published in: Communications in Mathematical Physics

June 1, 1988

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 dimension d<∞. © 1988 Springer-Verlag.

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Communications in Mathematical Physics

## DOI

## EISSN

1432-0916

## ISSN

0010-3616

## Publication Date

June 1, 1988

## Volume

119

## Issue

2

## Start / End Page

199 / 211

## Related Subject Headings

- Mathematical Physics
- 0206 Quantum Physics
- 0105 Mathematical Physics
- 0101 Pure Mathematics

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Bramson, M., & Durrett, R. (1988). Random walk in random environment: A counterexample?

*Communications in Mathematical Physics*,*119*(2), 199–211. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01217738Bramson, M., and R. Durrett. “Random walk in random environment: A counterexample?”

*Communications in Mathematical Physics*119, no. 2 (June 1, 1988): 199–211. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01217738.Bramson M, Durrett R. Random walk in random environment: A counterexample? Communications in Mathematical Physics. 1988 Jun 1;119(2):199–211.

Bramson, M., and R. Durrett. “Random walk in random environment: A counterexample?”

*Communications in Mathematical Physics*, vol. 119, no. 2, June 1988, pp. 199–211.*Scopus*, doi:10.1007/BF01217738.Bramson M, Durrett R. Random walk in random environment: A counterexample? Communications in Mathematical Physics. 1988 Jun 1;119(2):199–211.

## Published In

Communications in Mathematical Physics

## DOI

## EISSN

1432-0916

## ISSN

0010-3616

## Publication Date

June 1, 1988

## Volume

119

## Issue

2

## Start / End Page

199 / 211

## Related Subject Headings

- Mathematical Physics
- 0206 Quantum Physics
- 0105 Mathematical Physics
- 0101 Pure Mathematics