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- Luca Molinari
- 2003

The block-tridiagonal matrix structure is a common feature in Hamiltonians of models of transport. By allowing for a complex Bloch parameter in the boundary conditions, the Hamiltonian matrix and its transfer matrix are related by a spectral duality. As a consequence, I derive the distribution of the exponents of the transfer matrix in terms of the spectral… (More)

- Giovanni M Cicuta, Luca Molinari, Emilio Montaldi, Sebastiano Stramaglia
- 1995

A matrix model to describe dynamical loops on random planar graphs is analyzed. It has similarities with a model studied by Kazakov, few years ago, and the O(n) model by Kostov and collaborators. The main diierence is that all loops are coherently oriented and empty. The free energy is analytically evaluated and the two critical phases are analyzed, where… (More)

- Giovanni M Cicuta, Luca Molinari, Graziano Vernizzi, Sez Infn, Di Milano
- 2001

Two results are presented for reduced Yang-Mills integrals with different symmetry groups and dimensions: the first is a compact integral representation in terms of the relevant variables of the integral, the second is a method to analytically evaluate the integrals in cases of low order. This is exhibited by evaluating a Yang-Mills integral over real… (More)

- Italo Guarneri, Karol Zyczkowski, Jakub Zakrzewski, Luca Molinari, Giulio Casati
- 1995

A Fourier analysis of parametric level dynamics for random matrices periodically depending on a phase is developed. We demonstrate both theoretically and numerically that under very general conditions the correlation C(ϕ) of level velocities is singular at ϕ = 0 for any symmetry class; the singularity is revealed by algebraic tails in Fourier transforms,… (More)

The reliability of wireless communication in a network of mobile wireless robot nodes depends on the received radio signal strength (RSS). When the robot nodes are deployed in hostile environments with ionizing radiations (such as in some scientific facilities), there is a possibility that some electronic components may fail randomly (due to radiation… (More)

The spontaneous symmetry breaking associated to the tearing of a random surface, where large dynamical holes ll the surface, was recently analized obtaining a non-universal critical exponent on a border phase. Here the issue of universality is explained by an independent analysis. The one hole sector of the model is useful to manifest the origin of the… (More)

- Luca Molinari
- 2003

I consider a general block-tridiagonal matrix and the corresponding transfer matrix. By allowing for a complex Bloch parameter in the boundary conditions, the two matrices are related by a spectral duality. As a consequence, I derive some analytic properties of the exponents of the transfer matrix in terms of the eigenvalues of the (non-Hermitian) block… (More)

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