- Working Paper
Classical isomorphism theorems due to Dynkin, Eisenbaum, Le Jan, and Sznitman establish equalities between the correlation functions or distributions of occupation times of random paths or ensembles of paths and Markovian fields, such as the discrete Gaussian free field. We extend these results to the case of real, complex, or quaternionic vector bundles of arbitrary rank over graphs endowed with a connection, by providing distributional identities between functionals of the Gaussian free vector field and holonomies of random paths. As an application, we give a formula for computing moments of a large class of random, in general non-Gaussian, fields in terms of holonomies of random paths with respect to an annealed random gauge field, in the spirit of Symanzik's foundational work on the subject (© Cornell University 2020). Show more
Journal / seriesarXiv
Pages / Article No.
SubjectDiscrete potential theory; Laplacian on vector bundle; Gaussian free vector field; Random Walks; covariant Feynman-Kac formula; Poissonnian ensembles of Markovian loops; Local times; Isomorphism theorems; Discrete gauge theory; Holonomy
Organisational unit09453 - Werner, Wendelin / Werner, Wendelin
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