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Mixing times for the TASEP on the circle

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The exclusion process is one of the best-studied examples of an interacting particle system. In this talk, we consider simple exclusion processes on finite graphs. We give an overview over some recent results on the mixing time of the totally asymmetric simple exclusion process (TASEP). In particular, we provide bounds on the mixing time of the TASEP on the circle, using a connection to periodic last passage percolation. This talk is based on joint work with Allan Sly (Princeton).

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