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Monte Carlo simulations of percolation on a square lattice with anisotropic inhomogeneous probability distribution are reported. Finite-size scaling is used for data analysis. As inhomogeneity increases, the critical probability decreases; whereas the correlation-length exponent remains, within computation errors, the same as in classical two-dimensional percolation.
Published in PHYSICAL REVIEW B vol. 49, no. 5. Copyright (c) 1994 The American Physical Society. Used by permission.