Has a system where conducting sites can percolate by hopping over/tunnelling through a non-conducting site been described? If so what are the characteristics, and where can I find more details (such as a paper on the subject)?
In the image below, if the edge of a black square touches the edge of another black it 'conducts' across. That could be described as singularly percolated.
I'm trying to describe a system whereby the 'conduction' can hop over a white square.
Does this have a name? Is it formally described in a paper anywhere?