About the classification of trigonometric splines

10/02/2019
by   V. P. Denysiuk, et al.
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One of the possible variants of the classification of trigonometric interpolation splines is considered, depending on the chosen convergence factors, the distribution of signs of the basis functions and the interpolation factors. The concept of crosslinking and interpolation grids is introduced; these grids can either match or not match. The proposed classification is illustrated by an example.

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