Math papers with complicated, humbling titles

Here's a brief listing of five "utterly incomprehensible" math papers from Cornell's As the list's author says, "Every now and then it is necessary to refresh our sense of reverence for the world around us."

1. Pfaffian L-ensembles related to the z-measures on partitions with the Jack parameters 1/2 or 2
Author: Eugene Strahov

2. There exists no distance-regular graph with intersection array {55,36,11;1,4,45}
Author: Alexander L. Gavrilyuk

3. Splice Diagram Singularities and The Universal Abelian Cover of Graph Orbifolds
Author: Helge Moller Pedersen

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