## Polynomial and Spline Approximation: Theory and ApplicationsProceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Calgary, Canada, August 26-September 2, 1978 |

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### Contents

THREE DIMENSIONAL FRACTURE MECHANICS | 69 |

ON 0 AND AN APPLICATION TO INITIAL VALUE PROBLEMS | 83 |

INTERPOLATION OPERATORS | 155 |

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algorithm applications Approximation assume assumption basis blending boundary bounded coefficients consider constant construct continuous convergence crack cubic spline curves defined definition denote depend derivatives described determined difference differential distribution domain element entire function equal equation error example exists exponential type fact Figure finite element fixed formula Fourier give given Gordon Hall Hence holds implies integral interpolation knots known Lemma linear mapping Math Mathematics matrix method natural nodes norm Note obtained operator optimal parameters periodic points polynomial polynomial of degree positive problem projectors Proof properties proved REFERENCES region regular Remark representation respect result satisfies sequence shows side solution space spline Suppose surface Theorem Theory tion transformation uniformly unique unit University vanishes variable vector zero