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On the computation of density and two-point correlation functions of a class of random matrix ensembles

@article{Alam2020OnTC,
  title={On the computation of density and two-point correlation functions of a class of random matrix ensembles},
  author={Kazi Alam and Swapnil Yadav and K. A. Muttalib},
  journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics},
  year={2020}
}
We demonstrate a method to solve a general class of random matrix ensembles numerically. The method is suitable for solving log-gas models with biorthogonal type two-body interactions and arbitrary potentials. We reproduce standard results for a variety of well-known ensembles and show some new results for the Muttalib-Borodin ensembles and recently introduced $\gamma$-ensemble for which analytic results are not yet available. 

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