The sine process under the influence of a varying potential

  title={The sine process under the influence of a varying potential},
  author={Thomas Bothner and Percy Deift and Alexander Its and I. V. Krasovsky},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Physics},
We review the authors' recent work \cite{BDIK1,BDIK2,BDIK3} where we obtain the uniform large $s$ asymptotics for the Fredholm determinant $D(s,\gamma):=\det(I-\gamma K_s\upharpoonright_{L^2(-1,1)})$, $0\leq\gamma\leq 1$. The operator $K_s$ acts with kernel $K_s(x,y)=\sin(s(x-y))/(\pi(x-y))$ and $D(s,\gamma)$ appears for instance in Dyson's model \cite{Dyson2} of a Coulomb log-gas with varying external potential or in the bulk scaling analysis of the thinned GUE \cite{BP}. 

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