Multidimensional Minimizing Splines: Theory and Applications

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 24, 2004 - Mathematics - 261 pages
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This book is of interest to mathematicians, geologists, engineers and, in general, researchers and post graduate students involved in spline function theory, surface fitting problems or variational methods. From reviews: The book is well organized, and the English is very good. I recommend the book to researchers in approximation theory, and to anyone interested in bivariate data fitting." (L.L. Schumaker, Mathematical Reviews, 2005).

 

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Contents

Smoothing Part B over a Bounded Domain of Introduction V over 55
4
The space of functions Examples
15
Other problems Splines defined by local mean values
22
Auxiliary results
31
Convergence for noisy data IV 1 2 The spaces Interpolating
50
Interpolating
61
Tensor product of univariate Part C Applications of Discrete
99
Construction of explicit surfaces from large data sets
105

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