# Dgff

Adjusting this constant is the same as uniformly rescaling the values taken by the field. We motivated the discussion of random walk bridge by the limit object, namely Brownian bridge. If the Hamiltonian also depends on the heights themselves, for example via the addition of a term, then for suitable choice of function , this is interpreted as a model where the particles have mass. So if we return to a random walk bridge what should the step distribution be?

But what generalising the index to higher dimension? So for a random walk bridge, we might assume , and then condition on , thinking of this as a demand that the process has returned to zero at the future time. So the GFF does not exist as a random height function on , with the consequence that a more care is needed over its abstract definition; b the DGFF in 2D on a large square is an interesting object, since it does exist in this sense. Background — Random walk bridge When we think of a random walk, we usually think of the index as time, normally going forwards. Then, the discrete Gaussian free field on D is a random real vector , with probability density proportional to 1 where we write if that x,y are adjacent in. We motivated the discussion of random walk bridge by the limit object, namely Brownian bridge. Concretely, if the values of are fixed everywhere except one vertex , then the conditional distribution of is Gaussian. In some applications, this is the ideal intuition, but in others, it is more useful to think of the random walk bridge as a random height function indexed by [0,N], where the probability of a given path decomposes naturally into a product depending on the N increments, up to a normalising constant. If the Hamiltonian also depends on the heights themselves, for example via the addition of a term, then for suitable choice of function , this is interpreted as a model where the particles have mass. Naturally, we are interested in the asymptotic behaviour of such a random walk bridge when. Later, or in subsequent posts, we will heavily develop this idea. Note that we can rearrange the Laplacian in 1 in terms of the transition kernel p of the simple random walk of D to obtain where is the transition matrix of SRW on D. However, for fixed , and taking integer parts component-wise , well-known asymptotics for SRW in a large square lattice more on this soon hopefully assert that 2 and so any scaling limit will rescale only the square domain, not the height since there is no N on the RHS of 2. See this paper by Kenyon. The past couple of weeks have been occupied with finding an apartment and learning about the Discrete Gaussian Free Field. The immediate interpretation of 1 is that the values taken by the field at vertices which are close to each other are positively correlated. Part of the reason why the DGFF is more interesting than Gaussian random walk bridge, is that the limit object, the continuum Gaussian free field is hard to define classically in two dimensions. However, then the variance of the proposed limit is infinite everywhere. Other sources refer to the Hamiltonian that is the term inside the exponential function at 1 as free since it depends only on the increments between values. Adjusting this constant is the same as uniformly rescaling the values taken by the field. The claim is that the random walk with Gaussian increments is by far the easiest to analyse asymptotically. The discrete Gaussian free field We know how to generalise the domain of a random walk to higher dimensions. How many of these equivalences carries over to more general D-indexed random fields is discussed in the survey paper by Velenik. In particular, covariances define the distribution. So if we return to a random walk bridge what should the step distribution be? Note also that is just a convenient choice of constant, which corresponds to one of the canonical choices for the discrete Laplacian.

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