Dmitry Rabinovich, M.Sc. Thesis Seminar
Wednesday, 26.7.2017, 14:30
We consider a group of mobile agents on a line, identical and indistinguishable, memoryless,
having the capability to only sense the presence of neighboring agents to the left and to
the right. The agents' rule of motion is as follows : at each moment, agents with neighbors
on both sides stay put, while agents with neighbors on one side only jump with high probability
a unit distance towards the neighbors (otherwise, they jump one unit away). We prove that all
agents, except two, gather almost surely inside a unit size interval in finite expected time.
Two agents, the current left-most and right-most ones perform random walks strongly biased
towards the cluster of other agents. The cluster of gathered agents slowly moves on the line.
Interesting interactions occur when the left and/or right Random Walkers reach the clustered
agents and these interactions are completely analyzed herein.