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HIGH-DEGREE INTERPOLATION RULES GENERATED BY A LINEAR FUNCTIONAL
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 Title & Authors
HIGH-DEGREE INTERPOLATION RULES GENERATED BY A LINEAR FUNCTIONAL
Kim, Kyung-Joong;
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 Abstract
We construct high-degree interpolation rules using not only pointwise values of a function but also of its derivatives up to the p-th order at equally spaced nodes on a closed and bounded interval of interest by introducing a linear functional from which we produce systems of linear equations. The linear systems will lead to a conclusion that the rules are uniquely determined for the nodes. An example is provided to compare the rules with the classical interpolating polynomials.
 Keywords
interpolation rule;
 Language
English
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