**Random Matrix Models and Their Applications**

by Pavel Bleher, Alexander Its

**Publisher**: Cambridge University Press 2001**ISBN/ASIN**: 0521802091**ISBN-13**: 9780521802093**Number of pages**: 438

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The book covers broad areas such as topologic and combinatorial aspects of random matrix theory; scaling limits, universalities and phase transitions in matrix models; universalities for random polynomials; and applications to integrable systems. Its focus on the interaction between physics and mathematics will make it a welcome addition to the shelves of graduate students and researchers in both fields, as will its expository emphasis.

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