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Weighted graphs and complex Gaussian free fields. (English) Zbl 07088979
Summary: We prove a combinatorial statement about the distribution of directed currents in a complex “loop soup” and use it to give a new proof of the isomorphism, which relates loop measures and complex Gaussian free fields.
MSC:
60J05 Discrete-time Markov processes on general state spaces
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