We investigate a rich new class of exactly solvable particle systems generalizing the Totally Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Process (TASEP). Our particle systems evolve in discrete or continuous space and can be thought of as new exactly solvable examples of tandem queues, directed first- or last-passage percolation models, or Robinson-Schensted-Knuth type systems with random input. One of the features of the particle systems we consider is the presence of spatial inhomogeneity which can lead to the formation of traffic jams.
8-10 • Moscow, Russia • Conference at SkolTech Center for Advances Studies
10-15 • Banff, Alberta, Canada • BIRS Workshop “Asymptotic Algebraic Combinatorics”
13-14 • Durham, NC • SouthEastern Probability Conference 2019
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We consider point-to-point directed paths in a random environment on the two-dimensional integer lattice. For a general independent environment under mild assumptions we show that the quenched energy of a typical path satisfies a central limit theorem as the mesh of the lattice goes to zero. Our proofs rely on concentration of measure techniques and some combinatorial bounds on families of paths.