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    Random Vectors and their inner product.




    Let's say i have two random vectors, X and Y, both of length n. The elements of either vector are not independent, and X and Y themselves are not independent. All elements are non-negative.

    I want to explore the behaviour of the inner product of X and Y as n\to\infty.

    Not sure where to begin though: does anyone know of any good references/advice to get me started? Cheers.

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    Are there any distributional assumptions to work with?
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