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The 'magic formula' for linearly edge-reinforced random walks (Joint work with Silke Rolles)

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Linearly edge-reinforced random walk on a finite graph is a mixture of reversible Markov chains with an explicitly known mixing measure. We give a new proof of this fact.

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