On the reduction of a random basis

Ali Akhavi; Jean-François Marckert; Alain Rouault

ESAIM: Probability and Statistics (2009)

  • Volume: 13, page 437-458
  • ISSN: 1292-8100

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For p ≤ n, let b1(n),...,bp(n) be independent random vectors in n with the same distribution invariant by rotation and without mass at the origin. Almost surely these vectors form a basis for the Euclidean lattice they generate. The topic of this paper is the property of reduction of this random basis in the sense of Lenstra-Lenstra-Lovász (LLL). If b ^ 1 ( n ) , ... , b ^ p ( n ) is the basis obtained from b1(n),...,bp(n) by Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, the quality of the reduction depends upon the sequence of ratios of squared lengths of consecutive vectors r j ( n ) = b ^ n - j + 1 ( n ) 2 / b ^ n - j ( n ) 2 , j = 1,...,p - 1. We show that as n → +∡ the process ( r j ( n ) - 1 , j 1 ) tends in distribution in some sense to an explicit process ( j - 1 , j 1 ) ; some properties of the latter are provided. The probability that a random random basis is s-LLL-reduced is then showed to converge for p = n - g, and g fixed, or g = g(n) → +∞.

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Akhavi, Ali, Marckert, Jean-François, and Rouault, Alain. "On the reduction of a random basis." ESAIM: Probability and Statistics 13 (2009): 437-458. <http://eudml.org/doc/250640>.

@article{Akhavi2009,
abstract = {For p ≤ n, let b1(n),...,bp(n) be independent random vectors in $\mathbb\{R\}^n$ with the same distribution invariant by rotation and without mass at the origin. Almost surely these vectors form a basis for the Euclidean lattice they generate. The topic of this paper is the property of reduction of this random basis in the sense of Lenstra-Lenstra-Lovász (LLL). If $\widehat b_\{1\}^\{(n)\},\ldots, \widehat b_p^\{(n)\}$ is the basis obtained from b1(n),...,bp(n) by Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, the quality of the reduction depends upon the sequence of ratios of squared lengths of consecutive vectors $r_j^\{(n)\} = \Vert \widehat b^\{(n)\}_\{n-j+1\}\Vert^2 / \Vert \widehat b^\{(n)\}_\{n-j\} \Vert^2$, j = 1,...,p - 1. We show that as n → +∡ the process $(r_j^\{(n)\}-1,j\geq 1)$ tends in distribution in some sense to an explicit process $(\{\mathcal R\}_j -1,j\geq 1)$; some properties of the latter are provided. The probability that a random random basis is s-LLL-reduced is then showed to converge for p = n - g, and g fixed, or g = g(n) → +∞. },
author = {Akhavi, Ali, Marckert, Jean-François, Rouault, Alain},
journal = {ESAIM: Probability and Statistics},
keywords = {Random matrices; random basis; orthogonality index; determinant; lattice reduction.; random matrices; lattice reduction; beta distribution; Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization},
language = {eng},
month = {9},
pages = {437-458},
publisher = {EDP Sciences},
title = {On the reduction of a random basis},
url = {http://eudml.org/doc/250640},
volume = {13},
year = {2009},
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AU - Marckert, Jean-François
AU - Rouault, Alain
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JO - ESAIM: Probability and Statistics
DA - 2009/9//
PB - EDP Sciences
VL - 13
SP - 437
EP - 458
AB - For p ≤ n, let b1(n),...,bp(n) be independent random vectors in $\mathbb{R}^n$ with the same distribution invariant by rotation and without mass at the origin. Almost surely these vectors form a basis for the Euclidean lattice they generate. The topic of this paper is the property of reduction of this random basis in the sense of Lenstra-Lenstra-Lovász (LLL). If $\widehat b_{1}^{(n)},\ldots, \widehat b_p^{(n)}$ is the basis obtained from b1(n),...,bp(n) by Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, the quality of the reduction depends upon the sequence of ratios of squared lengths of consecutive vectors $r_j^{(n)} = \Vert \widehat b^{(n)}_{n-j+1}\Vert^2 / \Vert \widehat b^{(n)}_{n-j} \Vert^2$, j = 1,...,p - 1. We show that as n → +∡ the process $(r_j^{(n)}-1,j\geq 1)$ tends in distribution in some sense to an explicit process $({\mathcal R}_j -1,j\geq 1)$; some properties of the latter are provided. The probability that a random random basis is s-LLL-reduced is then showed to converge for p = n - g, and g fixed, or g = g(n) → +∞.
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KW - Random matrices; random basis; orthogonality index; determinant; lattice reduction.; random matrices; lattice reduction; beta distribution; Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization
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