Spectral properties of evolution operators corresponding to random maps and quantized chaotic systems strongly interacting with an environment can be described by the ensemble of non-Hermitian random matrices from the real Ginibre ensemble. We analyze evolution operators Ψ = Ψs…Ψ1 representing the composition of s random maps and demonstrate that their complex eigenvalues are asymptotically described by the law of Burda et al. obtained for a product of s independent random complex Ginibre matrices. Numerical data support the conjecture that the same results are applicable to characterize the distribution of eigenvalues of the s-th power of a random Ginibre matrix. Squared singular values of Ψ are shown to be described by the Fuss–Catalan distribution of the order of s. Results obtained for products of random Ginibre matrices are also capable to describe the s-step evolution operator for a model deterministic dynamical system — a generalized quantum baker map subjected to strong interaction with an environment.
- complex eigenvalues
- quantum operators
- random matrices
- deterministic dynamical systems
- quantum baker map