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Spectral Properties of Random and Deterministic CMV Matrices

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The CMV matrices are unitary analogues of the discrete one-dimensional Schrödinger operators. We review spectral properties of a few classes of CMV matrices and describe families of random and deterministic CMV matrices which exhibit a transition in the distribution of their eigenvalues.

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