Infection spread for the frog model on trees
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF PROBABILITY, 2019.
The frog model is an infection process in which dormant particles begin moving and infecting others once they become infected. We show that on the rooted d-ary tree with particle density Omega(d(2)), the set of visited sites contains a linearly expanding ball and the number of visits to the root grows linearly with high probability.
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