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Eigenvalues of Random Symmetric Matrices
Watch how the eigenvalues of random symmetric matrices approach a universal distribution as the size of the matrix increases.
Contributed by:
Stephen Wolfram
and
Michael Trott
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The eigenvalues (or their differences) are sorted, and plotted in sequence.
With diagonal exponent
, the constant
is added to each element on the diagonal.
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Wigner's Semicircle Law
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Eigenvalues of Random Symmetric Matrices
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Contributed by:
Stephen Wolfram
and
Michael Trott
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