We will often define Bernoulli percolation on the infinite lattice Zd. We therefore consider  Béla Bollobás and Oliver Riordan. The critical. Abstract: Derenyi, Palla and Vicsek introduced the following dependent percolation model, in the context of finding communities in networks. However, just as in the classical case of bond percolation on the square lattice, self-duality is simply the starting point: the mathematical.
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 Percolation on self-dual polygon configurations
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