Random matrices are used to model and analyze the properties of physical systems. They are also used in probability theory to describe the behavior of certain stochastic processes. Random matrices are used to represent physical systems, analyze their properties, and study the behavior of stochastic processes.

UC Berkeley

Fall 2013

This course investigates the mathematical principles behind data and information analysis. It brings together concepts from statistics, optimization, and computer science, with a focus on large deviation inequalities, and convex analysis. It's tailored towards advanced graduate students who wish to incorporate these theories into their research.

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