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Random Matrices by B. Eynard

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Random Matrices
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Number of pages: 119

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This is an introductory course about random matrices. These notes will give the reader a smell of that fascinating tool for physicists and mathematicians that are Random Matrices, and they can give the envy to learn and search more.

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