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    We use the method of moments to study the spectral properties in the bulk for finite diagonal large dimensional random and non-random Toeplitz type matrices via the joint convergence of matrices in an appropriate sense. As a consequence we revisit the famous limit theorem of Szegö for non-random symmetric Toeplitz matrices.

    AMSC: 60B20, 60G70, 60G55


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