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I'm currently work on a simple problem where i want to show that

[tex]\int d[H] ~ \exp\{-1/(2v^2)tr(H^2)\} \exp\{i tr(HK)\} = \exp\{-1/(2v^2)tr(\bigtriangledown_K^2)\} \int d[H] ~\exp\{i tr(HK)\} [/tex]

where [itex] d[H] [/itex] is the lebesgue measure on the space of NxN matrices. This is easy and was no problem when one use simples rules form fourier analysis. Now I would like to replace K, since it is hermitian, by a product of a Nx2k matrix [itex] A [/itex] and its hermitian conjugated [itex] A^{\dagger} [/itex]. May anyone of you has an idea how to express the integral above with the aid of differential operators depending on the components of [itex] A [/itex] and [itex] A^{\dagger} [/itex]. Or maybe could someone of you tell me, what is the problem in finding such an expression from mathematical point of view.

best Timb00

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# Gradiant and exponent of trace of matrices

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