Regular Seminar Giovanni Cicuta (Parma)
The algorithm by M.Bauer and O.Golinelli to evaluate the moments of the spectral density of the incident matrix of random graphs is very useful also for other matrix ensembles: real symmetric, real anti-symmetric, real, laplacian, Wishart,... In most cases it may efficiently be performed by computer. The moments thus evaluated presumably will be useful to complement numerical simulations. In the large n limit, they are a transparent way to examine possible n-dependent rescaling then the emergence of universality and the validity of the addition theorem for random matrices.