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 ====== Numerical range and spectrum of random Ginibre matrix ====== ====== Numerical range and spectrum of random Ginibre matrix ======
  
-Let $G$ be a matrix of $\mathrm{dim}\ G=1000$ drawn from Ginibre ensemble and let $G_d$ be a fammilly ​of matrices such that  +Let $G$ be a matrix of $\mathrm{dim}\ G=1000$ drawn from Ginibre ensemble and let $G_d$ be a family ​of matrices such that  
-$G_d=P_d(T)$,​ where $T$ is upper triangular matrix obtained by Schur decomposition of $G$ such that $G=UTU^\dagger$. $P_d$ are orthogonal projections $P_d(\cdot)=\sum_{i=1}^d \ket{i}\bra{l_i}\cdot\ket{l_i}\bra{i}$,​ where $l_i$ is a sequence of integers from $1$ to $1000$.+$G_d=P_d(T)$,​ where $T$ is upper triangular matrix obtained by Schur decomposition of $G$ such that $G=UTU^\dagger$. $P_d$ are orthogonal projections $P_d(\cdot)=\sum_{i=1}^d \ket{i}\bra{l_i}\cdot\ket{l_i}\bra{i}$,​ where $l_i$ is a sequence of integers from $1$ to $1000$. $G_d$ are normalized so $\tr G_d G_d^\dagger=\mathrm{dim}\ G_d$.
  
 In the figure red dots indicate spectrum of $G_d$, gray area is numerical range $W(G_d)$, green circle has radius $1$ outer circle has radius $\sqrt{2}$. In the figure red dots indicate spectrum of $G_d$, gray area is numerical range $W(G_d)$, green circle has radius $1$ outer circle has radius $\sqrt{2}$.
  
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