# On the empirical distribution of eigenvalues of a class of large dimensional random matrices

```@article{Silverstein1995OnTE,
title={On the empirical distribution of eigenvalues of a class of large dimensional random matrices},
author={Jack W. Silverstein and Zhidong Bai},
journal={Journal of Multivariate Analysis},
year={1995},
volume={54},
pages={175-192}
}```
• Published 1 August 1995
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• Journal of Multivariate Analysis
A stronger result on the limiting distribution of the eigenvalues of random Hermitian matrices of the form A + XTX*, originally studied in Marcenko and Pastur, is presented. Here, X(N - n), T(n - n), and A(N - N) are independent, with X containing i.i.d. entries having finite second moments, T is diagonal with real (diagonal) entries, A is Hermitian, and n/N --> c > 0 as N --> [infinity]. Under additional assumptions on the eigenvalues of A and T, almost sure convergence of the empirical…
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