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- Jørgen Ellegaard Andersen
- Hiroyuki FujiHiroyuki FujiKagawa UniversityJapan
- Masahide ManabeMasahide ManabeWarsaw UniversityPoland
- Robert C. PennerRobert C. PennerInstitut des Hautes Études Scientifiques (IHÉS)CALTECH, California Institute of Technology, Mat SciUnited States
- Piotr SulkowskiPiotr SulkowskiWarsaw UniversityCalifornia Institute of TechnologyPoland

In this article, the enumeration of partial chord diagrams is discussed via matrix model techniques. In addition to the basic data such as the number of backbones and chords, we also consider the Euler characteristic, the backbone spectrum, the boundary point spectrum, and the boundary length spectrum. Furthermore, we consider the boundary length and point spectrum that unifies the last two types of spectra. We introduce matrix models that encode generating functions of partial chord diagrams filtered by each of these spectra. Using these matrix models, we derive partial differential equations – obtained independently by cut-and-join arguments in an earlier work – for the corresponding generating functions.

Original language | English |
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Publisher | arXiv.org |

Number of pages | 42 |

State | Published - 17 Dec 2016 |

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