Monday Analysis Seminar: Random matrices similar to compact operators

Date
2016-6-13 14:45 - 2016-6-13 16:15
Place
Faculty of Science Buliding #3 Room 210
Speaker/Organizer
Takahiro Sasebe (Hokkaido University)
 
A basic problem in random matrices is to study the eigenvalue distributions. Of particular interest is behavior of eigenvalues when the size of matrices tends to infinity. Almost all random matrix models so far have continuous spectra in the limit. In our research we propose and study random matrices which have discrete spectra in the limit. This research is a joint work with Benoit Collins and Noriyoshi Sakuma.

See http://www.math.sci.hokudai.ac.jp/~aik/ma/MonAnae.pdf.