We derive one-particle and two-particle correlators of anyons in the lowest Landau level. We show that the two-particle correlator exhibits signatures of fractional statistics which can distinguish anyons from their fermionic and bosonic counterparts. These signatures include the zeros of the two-particle correlator and its exclusion behavior. We find that the one-particle correlator in finite geometries carries valuable information relevant to experiments in which quasiparticles on the edge of a quantum Hall system tunnel through its bulk.
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- Physics and Astronomy(all)