**Lecture Notes on Free Probability**

by Vladislav Kargin

**Publisher**: arXiv 2013**Number of pages**: 100

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Contents: Non-commutative Probability Spaces; Distributions; Freeness; Asymptotic Freeness of Random Matrices; Asymptotic Freeness of Haar Unitary Matrices; Free Products of Probability Spaces; Law of Addition; Limit Theorems; Multivariate CLT; Infinitely-Divisible Distributions; Multiplication and S-transform; Products of free random variables; Free Cumulants; Non-crossing partitions and group of permutations; Fundamental Properties of Free Cumulants; Free Cumulants; R-diagonal variables; Brown measure of R-diagonal variables.

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