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**Renormalization group analysis of a self-organized critical system: intrinsic anisotropy vs random environment.** / Антонов, Николай Викторович; Какинь, Полина Игоревна; Лебедев, Никита Михайлович; Лучин, Александр Юрьевич.

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Антонов, НВ, Какинь, ПИ, Лебедев, НМ & Лучин, АЮ 2023, 'Renormalization group analysis of a self-organized critical system: intrinsic anisotropy vs random environment', *Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical*, vol. 56, no. 37, 375002. https://doi.org/10.1088/1751-8121/acef7c

Антонов, Н. В., Какинь, П. И., Лебедев, Н. М., & Лучин, А. Ю. (2023). Renormalization group analysis of a self-organized critical system: intrinsic anisotropy vs random environment. *Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical*, *56*(37), [375002]. https://doi.org/10.1088/1751-8121/acef7c

Антонов НВ, Какинь ПИ, Лебедев НМ, Лучин АЮ. Renormalization group analysis of a self-organized critical system: intrinsic anisotropy vs random environment. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical. 2023 Aug 23;56(37). 375002. https://doi.org/10.1088/1751-8121/acef7c

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