# Random network models and quantum phase transitions in two dimensions

@article{Kramer2004RandomNM, title={Random network models and quantum phase transitions in two dimensions}, author={Bernhard K. Kramer and Tomi Ohtsuki and Stefan Kettemann}, journal={Physics Reports}, year={2004}, volume={417}, pages={211-342} }

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