Random comples zeroes, III. Decay of the hole probability
Mikhail Sodin, Boris Tsirelson,
"Random comples zeroes, III. Decay of the hole probability."
Israel Journal of Mathematics 147, 371-379 (2005).
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A research paper, 9 pages, bibl. 6 refs.
By a hole we mean a disc that contains no flat chaotic analytic zero points (i.e. zeroes of a random entire function whose Taylor coefficients are independent complex-valued Gaussian variables, and the variance of the k-th coefficient is 1/k!). A given disc of radius r has a probability of being a hole, - the hole probability. We show that for large r the hole probability decays as exp(-cr4).
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