Convergence of the eigenvalue density for Laguerre beta ensembles on short scales

Electronic Journal of Probability

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Title Convergence of the eigenvalue density for Laguerre beta ensembles on short scales
Creator Sosoe, Philippe; Princeton University
Wong, Percy; D.E. Shaw & Co.
Subject Ranbom Matrices, Beta Ensembles, Marchenko-Pastur law
Description In this note, we prove that the normalized trace of the resolvent of the beta-Laguerre ensemble eigenvalues is close to the Stieltjes transform of the Marchenko-Pastur (MP) distribution with very high probability, for values of the imaginary part greater than $m^{1+\varepsilon}$. As an immediate corollary, we obtain convergence of the one-point density to the MP law on short scales. The proof serves to illustrate some simplifications of the method introduced in our previous work to prove a local semi-circle law for Gaussian beta-ensembles.
Publisher Electronic Journal of Probability
Contributor NSERC, NSF
Date 2014-01-02
Type Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source Electronic Journal of Probability; Vol 19; 1-18
Language en
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