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Since, case (3) mentioned above shows that Xn /n converges to 0, one immediately is led to the question of the typical order of Xn in this case. The answer to this problem (and further interesting insight) has been obtained by Kesten, Kozlov, and Spitzer [24]: In fact, there is a direct connection between the exponent κ ∈ (0, 1) characterized by E[ρ κ ] = 1, and the typical order of Xn in this case, which is nκ . We refer the reader to [24] for further details. In addition, from the above discussion we see that in dimension d = 1, if the family of integer shifts is ergodic with respect to the law P of the environment, the walk being transient to the right or left does not ensure the existence of an invariant probability measure for the environmental process which is absolutely continuous with respect to P.

1 n→∞ n n−1 g(ωk ) = lim g dν. s. Hence, we have that n−1 1 g(ωk ) = g dν. lim E0 n→∞ n k=0 This proves the uniqueness of ν and part (iv). ✷ An important generalization of Kozlov’s theorem was obtained by Rassoul-Agha in [32]. There, he shows that under the assumption that the random walk is directionally transient, the environment satisfies a certain mixing and uniform ellipticity condition, and if there exists an invariant probability measure which is absolutely continuous with respect to the initial law P in certain half-spaces, a conclusion analogous to Kozlov’s theorem holds.

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