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 Jun 26 revised Stationary distribution of last passage percolation Nature of stationary limit clarified Jun 26 comment Stationary distribution of last passage percolation Thanks for the reply, Ofer. I'm actually looking for something a bit different from Johansson's result, which as you point out is not stationary in the sense that I'm after. On reflection the right way to phrase this is in terms of the Buseman functions Jun 25 revised Stationary distribution of last passage percolation added 1 character in body Jun 25 asked Stationary distribution of last passage percolation Jun 15 comment Infinitesimal variation of spectrum of Schrödinger operator with changing domain Thanks Christian... could you elaborate what you mean by "extra" boundary condition? I want to move the boundary. Jun 12 asked Infinitesimal variation of spectrum of Schrödinger operator with changing domain Jun 3 answered No limit shape for random Young diagrams under z-measure? May 24 awarded Nice Question May 18 awarded Yearling May 18 asked No limit shape for random Young diagrams under z-measure? Mar 21 awarded Popular Question Mar 5 awarded Curious Mar 4 comment Central limit theorem with degenerate covariance matrix Thanks Iosif. My question relates to the fact that before taking the limit in the CLT the (finite) sum of random vectors DOESN'T lie in this subspace, and it is these deviations I would like to quantify. Mar 4 asked Central limit theorem with degenerate covariance matrix Nov 26 awarded Commentator Nov 26 comment translation invariance of the Laughlin wave function Isn't the quantity defined in question 1 just the probability to find k particles in D? Then the answer is evidently no, for the same naive reason. That is, if you put the disk where the density is small, the above probability is small. Nov 26 comment translation invariance of the Laughlin wave function This is no problem: a droplet centered at $z_0$ may be obtained by adding a factor $e^{z_iz_0/2}$ for each coordinate, which retains the desired properties of the Laughlin state but shifts the density. Nov 26 comment translation invariance of the Laughlin wave function If I could chip in: the question being posed is more basic, and is concerned with whether the density of the Laughlin state is translationally invariant. It is not, on account of the Gaussian factor, and this leads to a circular Quantum Hall droplet even for low $q$. Oct 31 revised Nature of separatrix in Fokker--Planck Hamiltonian with two degrees of freedom Added figure Oct 30 asked Nature of separatrix in Fokker--Planck Hamiltonian with two degrees of freedom