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1 if the Yi,j ’s are integers) and pairs of Young tableaux. These latter objects are ubiquitous in combinatorics. Standard references are (Fulton 1997; Sagan 2001). More recently determinantal point processes have appeared as the link between the growth processes and random matrix theory. We shall not pursue these topics further for many excellent reviews are available: Baik (2005), Deift (2000), Johansson (2002), K¨ onig (2005), and Spohn (2006). 36) have so far been restricted to totally asymmetric systems.

This identity is a stochastic ‘fundamental theorem of calculus’ of sorts. Since things are random the diﬀerence between h0 (t) − h0 (0) and the integral of the inﬁnitesimal rate cannot be identically zero. Instead it is a martingale. This is a process whose increments have mean-zero in a very strong sense, namely even when conditioned on the entire past. 22) in the stationary situation. Let Eνρ denote expectation of functions of the stationary process η(·) whose state η(t) is νρ -distributed at each time t.

The only eﬀects from the initial height are the mean ρ(¯ y ) and variance v(¯ y) of the increments around the point n¯ y . The parameter σa2 is the variance of the probabilities p(j), and κ another parameter determined by the distribution of the d weights. Process z has a self-similarity property: {z(at, a1/2 r)} = {a1/4 z(t, r)}. In the special case where v(¯ y ) = κρ(¯ y )2 the temporal process {z(t, r) : t ∈ R+ } (for any ﬁxed r) has covariance: √ σa κρ2 √ Ez(s, r)z(t, r) = √ s+ t− 2π |t − s| .