On the Distribution of a Saddle Point Value in a Random Matrix

Abstract

A random matrix has (fixed) dimensions of n rows and m columns, and its elements are random variables, denoted by X , assumed drawn independently from the same given completely continuous distribution F . To remove ambiguity we sometimes write FX . A saddle point is defined as a matrix entry which is the minimal in its row and the maximal in its column… (More)

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