Complex random matrix models with possible applications to spin-impurity scattering in quantum Hall fluids

@article{Hikami1995ComplexRM,
  title={Complex random matrix models with possible applications to spin-impurity scattering in quantum Hall fluids},
  author={Shinobu Hikami and A. Zee},
  journal={Nuclear Physics},
  year={1995},
  volume={446},
  pages={337-352}
}
Abstract We study the one-point and two-point Green functions in a complex random matrix model to sub-leading orders in the large - N limit. We take this complex matrix model as a model for the two-state scattering problem, as applied to spin-dependent scattering of impurities in quantum Hall fluids. The density of state shows a singularity at the band center due to reflection symmetry. We also compute the one-point Green function for a generalized situation by putting random matrices on a… 
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