Aspects of Random Matrix Theory: Concentration and Subsequence Problems
The present work studies some aspects of random matrix theory. Its first part is devoted to the asymptotics of random matrices with infinitely divisible, in particular heavy-tailed, entries. Its second part focuses on relations between limiting law in subsequence problems and spectra of random matrices.
Advisor:Christian Houdre; Yuri Bakhtin; Vladimir I Kolchinskii; Heinrich Matzinger; Ionel Popescu; Robert Foley; Mikhail Lifshits
School:Georgia Institute of Technology
School Location:USA - Georgia
Source Type:Master's Thesis
Date of Publication:11/17/2008