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1: 24.17 Mathematical Applications
The members of 𝒮 n are called cardinal spline functions. The functions
Bernoulli Monosplines
2: 3.3 Interpolation
Example
§3.3(vi) Other Interpolation Methods
For Hermite interpolation, trigonometric interpolation, spline interpolation, rational interpolation (by using continued fractions), interpolation based on Chebyshev points, and bivariate interpolation, see Bulirsch and Rutishauser (1968), Davis (1975, pp. 27–31), and Mason and Handscomb (2003, Chapter 6). … For interpolation of a bounded function f on the cardinal function of f is defined by …is called the Sinc function. …
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