By Alexei Borodin (auth.), Anatoly M. Vershik, Yuri Yakubovich (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540403124

ISBN-13: 9783540403128

ISBN-10: 354044890X

ISBN-13: 9783540448907

At the summer time college Saint Petersburg 2001, the most lecture classes bore on contemporary development in asymptotic illustration conception: these written up for this quantity take care of the idea of representations of endless symmetric teams, and teams of limitless matrices over finite fields; Riemann-Hilbert challenge recommendations utilized to the examine of spectra of random matrices and asymptotics of younger diagrams with Plancherel degree; the corresponding relevant restrict theorems; the combinatorics of modular curves and random bushes with program to QFT; unfastened chance and random matrices, and Hecke algebras.

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How do we prove theorems 2, 3, 4, and 5? The key analytic fact is that the problems at hand can be rephrased as Riemann–Hilbert problems with Four Lectures on Random Matrix Theory 49 (large) external parameters. This reformulation helps for the following reason: in the early 90’s Xin Zhou and I introduced a steepest-descent type method for oscillating RH problems. This work was developed by a number of people and eventually (1997) placed in a very general form by Zhou, Venakides and myself. The method is a non-commutative, non-linear analog of the classical steepest descent method for scalar integrals and, I’ll say more about this later.

36 Percy Deift Proof. Consider the ﬁrst row of the jump relation Y+ = Y− v, Y11 Y12 + = Y11 Y12 1 e−V (z) , 0 1 − z ∈ R. (18) Hence (Y11 )+ (z) = (Y11 )− (z) which implies that Y11 is entire. But z −k 0 0 zk Y11 Y12 = Y11 z −k Y12 z k → 1 0 (19) as z → ∞. Therefore, Y11 is a monomial of order k, by Liouville’s Theorem: Y11 (z) = z k + · · · . On the other hand, from (18), we see that (Y12 )+ = (Y12 )− + Y11 e−V (z) and hence by the Plemelj formula (by (19), Y12 (z) → 0 as z → ∞) Y12 (z) = 1 2πi R Y11 e−V (s) ds.

The critical fact is that under this change of variables the λi and the Uij become statistically independent 1 − 1 −trV (M ) dM e = e ZN ZN (λi − λj )2 dN λ K(p) dp1 . . dpN (N −1) V (λi ) i

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