**ISBN:** 0691128294

**Author:** Peter J. Forrester

**Language:** English

**Publisher:** Princeton University Press (July 21, 2010)

**Pages:** 808

**Category:** Mathematics

**Subcategory:** Science

**Rating:** 4.2

**Votes:** 288

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Log-Gases and Random Matrices (LMS-34) (London Mathematical Society Monographs).

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Peter Forrester presents an encyclopedic development of log-gases and random matrices viewed as examples of integrable or exactly solvable systems

Peter Forrester presents an encyclopedic development of log-gases and random matrices viewed as examples of integrable or exactly solvable systems. Forrester develops not only the application and theory of Gaussian and circular ensembles of classical random matrix theory, but also of the Laguerre and Jacobi ensembles, and their beta extensions.

Log-Gases and Random Matrices is an excellent book. It is bound to become an instant classic and the standard reference to a large body of contemporary random matrix theory. It is a well-written tour through a vast landscape

Log-Gases and Random Matrices is an excellent book. It is a well-written tour through a vast landscape. The contemporary literature is extensively referenced and incorporated in the text, and the material is presented from several perspectives. Forrester has achieved the pedagogical equivalent of Dyson's 'Threefold Way' by writing an advanced monograph appealing equally to physicists, mathematicians, and statisticians.

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Random matrix theory, both as an application and as a theory, has evolved rapidly over the past fifteen years.

Log-Gases and Random Matricesgives a comprehensive account of these developments, emphasizing log-gases as a physical picture and heuristic, as well as covering topics such as beta ensembles and Jack polynomials.Peter Forrester presents an encyclopedic development of log-gases and random matrices viewed as examples of integrable or exactly solvable systems. Forrester develops not only the application and theory of Gaussian and circular ensembles of classical random matrix theory, but also of the Laguerre and Jacobi ensembles, and their beta extensions. Prominence is given to the computation of a multitude of Jacobians; determinantal point processes and orthogonal polynomials of one variable; the Selberg integral, Jack polynomials, and generalized hypergeometric functions; Painlevé transcendents; macroscopic electrostatistics and asymptotic formulas; nonintersecting paths and models in statistical mechanics; and applications of random matrix theory. This is the first textbook development of both nonsymmetric and symmetric Jack polynomial theory, as well as the connection between Selberg integral theory and beta ensembles. The author provides hundreds of guided exercises and linked topics, making

Log-Gases and Random Matricesan indispensable reference work, as well as a learning resource for all students and researchers in the field.