Directed Polymers with Constrained Winding Angle

Mar 8, 2005 - G(E; , ) = Go(E; , ) - Gol. Go(E; ,0)60(E;0, ) on + Go(E;0,0). Но. Ho = V2. 2c. Go(E; , ). Go(E; , )= “Ko(V2Ec] - D. Ko(z). Ko(2). +...

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