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Physical Review B
We study the Anderson localization in systems, in which transport channels with rather different properties are coupled together. This problem arises naturally in systems of hybrid particles, such as exciton-polaritons, where it is not obvious which transport channel dominates the coupled system. Here we address the question of whether the coupling between a strongly and a weakly disordered channel will result in localized (insulating) or delocalized (metallic) behavior. Complementing andoi:10.1103/physrevb.87.094202 fatcat:3sgoqe3a2zffhaaofumg42roeu