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Superintegrability of matrix Student's distribution

@inproceedings{Mironov2021SuperintegrabilityOM,
  title={Superintegrability of matrix Student's distribution},
  author={Andrei Mironov and Aleksey Morozov and Aleksandr Popolitov},
  year={2021}
}
For ordinary matrix models, the eigenvalue probability density decays rapidly as one goes to infinity, in other words, has “short tails”. This ensures that all the multiple trace correlators (multipoint moments) are convergent and well-defined. Still, many critical phenomena are associated with an enhanced probability of seemingly rare effects, and one expects that they are better described by the ”long tail” models. In absence of the exponential fall-off, the integrals for high moments diverge… Expand

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