- Probab. Surveys
- Volume 5 (2008), 1-36.
Existence and spatial limit theorems for lattice and continuum particle systems
We give a general existence result for interacting particle systems with local interactions and bounded jump rates but noncompact state space at each site. We allow for jump events at a site that affect the state of its neighbours. We give a law of large numbers and functional central limit theorem for additive set functions taken over an increasing family of subcubes of $Z^d$. We discuss application to marked spatial point processes with births, deaths and jumps of particles, in particular examples such as continuum and lattice ballistic deposition and a sequential model for random loose sphere packing.
Probab. Surveys, Volume 5 (2008), 1-36.
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Penrose, Mathew D. Existence and spatial limit theorems for lattice and continuum particle systems. Probab. Surveys 5 (2008), 1--36. doi:10.1214/07-PS112. https://projecteuclid.org/euclid.ps/1207254889