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Jaramillo Gil, Arturo ; ; E-print/Working paper (2020) We consider a symmetric matrix-valued Gaussian process $Y^{(n)}=(Y^{(n)}(t);t\ge0)$ and its empirical spectral measure process $\mu^{(n)}=(\mu_{t}^{(n)};t\ge0)$. Under some mild conditions on the ... [more ▼] We consider a symmetric matrix-valued Gaussian process $Y^{(n)}=(Y^{(n)}(t);t\ge0)$ and its empirical spectral measure process $\mu^{(n)}=(\mu_{t}^{(n)};t\ge0)$. Under some mild conditions on the covariance function of $Y^{(n)}$, we find an explicit expression for the limit distribution of $$Z_F^{(n)} := \left( \big(Z_{f_1}^{(n)}(t),\ldots,Z_{f_r}^{(n)}(t)\big) ; t\ge0\right),$$ where $F=(f_1,\dots, f_r)$, for $r\ge 1$, with each component belonging to a large class of test functions, and $$ Z_{f}^{(n)}(t) := n\int_{\R}f(x)\mu_{t}^{(n)}(\ud x)-n\E\left[\int_{\R}f(x)\mu_{t}^{(n)}(\ud x)\right].$$ More precisely, we establish the stable convergence of $Z_F^{(n)}$ and determine its limiting distribution. An upper bound for the total variation distance of the law of $Z_{f}^{(n)}(t)$ to its limiting distribution, for a test function $f$ and $t\geq0$ fixed, is also given. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 74 (4 UL) |
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