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Published: 25 September 2011

960 Pages | 4 colour halftones, 7 black and white halftones, 92 black and white line drawings

9.7 x 6.7 inches

ISBN: 9780199574001

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The Oxford Handbook of Random Matrix Theory

Edited by Gernot Akemann, Jinho Baik, and Philippe Di Francesco

Oxford Handbooks

  • Foreword by Freeman Dyson
  • All main theoretical aspects and current applications of random matrices are covered
  • Complementing views of leaders in the fields of mathematics and physics
  • Applications in all branches of physics are covered, as well as in mathematics, biology and engineering
  • Includes most important and up to date references
  • Provides a guide for newcomers to the field
  • Introduces those already familiar with random matrix theory with new areas of research

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