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Spectral Theory of Large Dimensional Random Matrices and its Applications to Wireless Communications and Finance Statistics.

9789814579056

Spectral Theory of Large Dimensional Random Matrices and its Applications to Wireless Communications and Finance Statistics

Zhidong Bai, Zhaoben Fang, and Ying-Chang Liang

World Scientific

2014

220 pages

$95.00

Hardcover

QA188

The spectral analysis of large dimensional random matrices--random matrix theory (RMT)--is currently the only systematic theory that can be applied to some problems of large dimensional data analysis, say Bai, Fang, and Liang. They introduce the basic concepts and results of the theory and some applications in wireless communications and financial statistics. The material would be accessible to graduate students and beginning researchers interested in applying RMT to their own research areas. Only outlines of proofs are provided for the theorems, with reference to where detailed proofs can be found. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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