# Limiting spectral distribution for a class of random matrices

```@article{Yin1986LimitingSD,
title={Limiting spectral distribution for a class of random matrices},
author={Y. Q. Yin},
journal={Journal of Multivariate Analysis},
year={1986},
volume={20},
pages={50-68}
}```
• Y. Yin
• Published 1 October 1986
• Mathematics
• Journal of Multivariate Analysis
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