Using the spectral theory of unitary operators and the theory of orthogonal polynomials on the unit circle, we propose a simple matrix model for the following circular analogue of the Jacobi ensemble: $$c_{\delta,\beta}^{(n)} \prod_{1\leq k<l\leq n}| e^{\ii\theta_k}-e^{\ii\theta_l}|^\beta\prod_{j=1}^{n}(1-e^{-\ii\theta_j})^{\delta} (1-e^{\ii\theta_j})^{\overline{\delta}} $$ with $\Re \delta > -1/2$. If $e$ is a cyclic vector for a unitary $n\times n$ matrix $U$, the spectral measure of the pair $(U,e)$ is well parameterized by its Verblunsky coefficients $(\alpha_0, ..., \alpha_{n-1})$. We introduce here a deformation $(\gamma_0, >..., \gamma_{n-1})$ of these coefficients so that the associated Hessenberg matrix (called GGT) can be decomposed into a product $r(\gamma_0)... r(\gamma_{n-1})$ of elementary reflections parameterized by these coefficients. If $\gamma_0, ..., \gamma_{n-1}$ are independent random variables with some remarkable distributions, then the eigenvalues of the GGT matrix follow the circular Jacobi distribution above.

These deformed Verblunsky coefficients also allow to prove that, in the regime $\delta = \delta(n)$ with $\delta(n)/n \to \dd$, the spectral measure and the empirical spectral distribution weakly converge to an explicit nontrivial probability measure supported by an arc of the unit circle. We also prove the large deviations for the empirical spectral distribution.

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with Formula . If e is a cyclic vector for a unitary n x n matrix U, the spectral measure of the pair (U, e) is well parameterized by its Verblunsky coefficients ({alpha}0, ..., {alpha}n–1). We introduce here a deformation ({gamma}0, ..., {gamma}n–1) of these coefficients so that the associated Hessenberg matrix (called GGT) can be decomposed into a product r({gamma}0)··· r({gamma}n–1) of elementary reflections parameterized by these coefficients. If {gamma}0, ..., {gamma}n–1 are independent random variables with some remarkable distributions, then the eigenvalues of the GGT matrix follow the circular Jacobi distribution above.

These deformed Verblunsky coefficients also allow us to prove that, in the regime {delta} = {delta} (n) with {delta} (n)/ n -> β d/2, the spectral measure and the empirical spectral distribution weakly converge to an explicit nontrivial probability measure supported by an arc of the unit circle. We also prove the large deviations for the empirical spectral distribution.

Bourgade, P; Nikeghbali, A; Rouault, A (2009). *Circular Jacobi ensembles and deformed Verblunsky coefficients.* International Mathematics Research Notices, 2009(23):4357-4394.

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Using the spectral theory of unitary operators and the theory of orthogonal polynomials on the unit circle, we propose a simple matrix model for the following circular analogue of the Jacobi ensemble: $$c_{\delta,\beta}^{(n)} \prod_{1\leq k<l\leq n}| e^{\ii\theta_k}-e^{\ii\theta_l}|^\beta\prod_{j=1}^{n}(1-e^{-\ii\theta_j})^{\delta} (1-e^{\ii\theta_j})^{\overline{\delta}} $$ with $\Re \delta > -1/2$. If $e$ is a cyclic vector for a unitary $n\times n$ matrix $U$, the spectral measure of the pair $(U,e)$ is well parameterized by its Verblunsky coefficients $(\alpha_0, ..., \alpha_{n-1})$. We introduce here a deformation $(\gamma_0, >..., \gamma_{n-1})$ of these coefficients so that the associated Hessenberg matrix (called GGT) can be decomposed into a product $r(\gamma_0)... r(\gamma_{n-1})$ of elementary reflections parameterized by these coefficients. If $\gamma_0, ..., \gamma_{n-1}$ are independent random variables with some remarkable distributions, then the eigenvalues of the GGT matrix follow the circular Jacobi distribution above.

These deformed Verblunsky coefficients also allow to prove that, in the regime $\delta = \delta(n)$ with $\delta(n)/n \to \dd$, the spectral measure and the empirical spectral distribution weakly converge to an explicit nontrivial probability measure supported by an arc of the unit circle. We also prove the large deviations for the empirical spectral distribution.

Formula

with Formula . If e is a cyclic vector for a unitary n x n matrix U, the spectral measure of the pair (U, e) is well parameterized by its Verblunsky coefficients ({alpha}0, ..., {alpha}n–1). We introduce here a deformation ({gamma}0, ..., {gamma}n–1) of these coefficients so that the associated Hessenberg matrix (called GGT) can be decomposed into a product r({gamma}0)··· r({gamma}n–1) of elementary reflections parameterized by these coefficients. If {gamma}0, ..., {gamma}n–1 are independent random variables with some remarkable distributions, then the eigenvalues of the GGT matrix follow the circular Jacobi distribution above.

These deformed Verblunsky coefficients also allow us to prove that, in the regime {delta} = {delta} (n) with {delta} (n)/ n -> β d/2, the spectral measure and the empirical spectral distribution weakly converge to an explicit nontrivial probability measure supported by an arc of the unit circle. We also prove the large deviations for the empirical spectral distribution.

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Item Type: | Journal Article, refereed, original work |
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Communities & Collections: | 07 Faculty of Science > Institute of Mathematics |

Dewey Decimal Classification: | 510 Mathematics |

Language: | English |

Date: | 2009 |

Deposited On: | 05 Jan 2010 13:55 |

Last Modified: | 05 Apr 2016 13:36 |

Publisher: | Oxford University Press |

ISSN: | 1073-7928 |

Publisher DOI: | https://doi.org/10.1093/imrn/rnp092 |

Related URLs: | http://arxiv.org/abs/0804.4512 |

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