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3, this distributional limit reﬂects no contribution from dynamical ﬂuctuations as the process ζ is a deterministic transformation of ζ0 . The underlying reason is that the dynamical ﬂuctuations of order n1/3 are not visible on the n1/2 scale. The dynamical ﬂuctuations are the universal ones described by the Tracy–Widom laws. 3. Further remarks. The polynuclear growth model (PNG) is another related (1+1)-dimensional growth model used by several authors for studies of Tracy– Widom ﬂuctuations and the Airy process in the KPZ scaling picture (Baik and Rains 2000; Ferrari 2004; Johansson 2003; Pr¨ ahofer and Spohn 2002, 2004).
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Analysis and stochastics of growth processes and interface models by Peter Mörters, Roger Moser, Mathew Penrose, Hartmut Schwetlick, Johannes Zimmer