Explicit closed algebraic formulas for Orlov–Scherbin n-point functions

  title={Explicit closed algebraic formulas for Orlov–Scherbin n-point functions},
  author={Boris Bychkov and Petr Dunin-Barkowski and Maxim Kazarian and Sergey Viktorovich Shadrin},
  journal={Journal de l’{\'E}cole polytechnique — Math{\'e}matiques},
—We derive a new explicit formula in terms of sums over graphs for the n-point correlation functions of general formal weighted double Hurwitz numbers coming from the Kadomtsev–Petviashvili tau functions of hypergeometric type (also known as Orlov–Scherbin partition functions). Notably, we use the change of variables suggested by the associated spectral curve, and our formula turns out to be a polynomial expression in a certain small set of formal functions defined on the spectral curve. Résum… 

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