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One dimensional analog of cleansing a correlation matrix via random matrix theory
The general idea of cleansing a correlation matrix via random matrix theory is to compare its eigenvalues to that of a random one to see which parts of it are beyond normal randomness. These are then ...
Jan 7 '12 at 11:19
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