Supercritical percolation on nonamenable graphs: isoperimetry, analyticity, and exponential decay of the cluster size distribution
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Hermon, J., & Hutchcroft, T. (2020). Supercritical percolation on nonamenable graphs: isoperimetry, analyticity, and exponential decay of the cluster size distribution. Inventiones mathematicae, 224 (2), 445-486. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00222-020-01011-3
Funder: University of Cambridge
Abstract: Let G be a connected, locally finite, transitive graph, and consider Bernoulli bond percolation on G. We prove that if G is nonamenable and p>pc(G) then there exists a positive constant cp such that Pp(n≤|K|<∞)≤e-cpnfor every n≥1, where K is the cluster of the origin. We deduce the following two corollaries: Every infinite cluster in supercritical percolation on a transitive nonamenable graph has anchored expansion almost surely. This answers positively a question of Benjamini et al. (in: Random walks and discrete potential theory (Cortona, 1997), symposium on mathematics, XXXIX, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp 56–84, 1999). For transitive nonamenable graphs, various observables including the percolation probability, the truncated susceptibility, and the truncated two-point function are analytic functions of p throughout the supercritical phase.
External DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00222-020-01011-3
This record's URL: https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/329768