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In Probability Theory (Singapore, 1989). de Gruyter, Berlin, 91– 104. MR1188713 Kipnis, C. and Varadhan, S. R. S. (1986). Central limit theorem for additive functionals of reversible Markov processes and applications to simple exclusions. Comm. Math. Phys. 104, 1, 1–19. MR834478 Schonmann, R. H. (1999). Stability of infinite clusters in supercritical percolation. Probab. Theory Related Fields 113, 2, 287–300. MR1676831 IMS Lecture Notes–Monograph Series Dynamics & Stochastics Vol. 1214/074921706000000059 A note on percolation in cocycle measures Ronald Meester1 Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam Abstract: We describe infinite clusters which arise in nearest-neighbour percolation for so-called cocycle measures on the square lattice.

2, for every γ > 0, we now have infinitely many z with f (z) = 0 for which ¯ β| ¯ c1 β¯ f (z) c2 β| − h − ¯ ¯ v < γ. z 1 + |β| 1 + |β| But since f (z) = 0 and γ is arbitrary, this implies that ¯ β| ¯ c1 β¯ c2 β| h + ¯ ¯ v = 0, 1 + |β| 1 + |β| which implies that β¯ = α0 , a contradiction. 3. Percolation As mentioned in the introduction, we will concentrate on percolation of edges labelled with 0. The cluster C(z) of the vertex z is the set of vertices that can be reached from z by travelling over 0-labelled edges only.

The probability measure φp,q on Ω is given by φp,q (ω) = 1 Z pω(e) (1 − p)1−ω(e) q k(ω) , ω ∈ Ω, (8) e∈E where k(ω) is the number of connected components (or ‘open clusters’) of the graph Gω = (V, η(ω)). When G is finite, every φp,q -probability is a smooth function of the parameters p and q. The situation is more interesting when G is infinite, since infinite graphs may display phase transitions. For simplicity, we restrict the present discussion to Uniqueness and multiplicity of infinite clusters 31 the graph Ld = (Zd , E) where d ≥ 2.