Forest-root formulas in statistical physics
Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute
I will discuss forest-root formulas as interpolation identities in R^n and in C^n. These identities have applications in cluster expansions and Mayer expansions. They can be used to solve the combinatorics of branched polymers by relating them to negative-activity hard-core gases in lower dimensions.
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