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LARGE DEVIATIONS FOR THE LARGEST EIGENVALUE OF DISORDERED BOSONS AND DISORDERED FERMIONIC SYSTEMS

@article{Credner2015LARGEDF,
  title={LARGE DEVIATIONS FOR THE LARGEST EIGENVALUE OF DISORDERED BOSONS AND DISORDERED FERMIONIC SYSTEMS},
  author={Katrin Renate Credner and Peter Eichelsbacher},
  journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics},
  year={2015}
}
We prove a large deviations principle for the largest eigenvalue of a class of biorthogonal and multiple orthogonal polynomial ensembles that includes a matrix model of Lueck, Sommers and Zirnbauer for disordered bosons and Angelesco ensembles. Moreover we consider matrix ensembles in mesoscopic physics. 

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