No exceptional words for Bernoulli percolation

Tuesday, 12 November, 2019

Published in: 

arXiv:1911.04816

Benjamini and Kesten introduced in 1995 the problem of embedding infinite binary sequences into a Bernoulli percolation configuration, known as "percolation of words". We give a positive answer to their Open Problem 2: almost surely, all words are seen for site percolation on Z^3 with parameter p = 1/2. We also extend this result in various directions, proving the same result for any dimension d at least three and for any value p in the interval (p_c(Z^d), 1 - p_c(Z^d)), and for restrictions to slabs. Finally, we provide an explicit estimate on the probability to find all words starting from a finite box. 

Author(s): 

Pierre Nolin
Vincent Tassion
Augusto Teixeira