PALSI: a polynomial approximating code
Richard E. von Holdt, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley. Lawrence Radiation Laboratory
University of California Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, 1959 - 10 pages
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approximating polynomial arbitrary argument Begin Block block of cards calculated California Livermore column vectors combining proper multiples Commission Computer degree of interest deleting diagonal pivots dimension employee or contractor equivalent estimated error figure loss fitted following columns formed half the figure Holdt Lawrence Radiation increasing order independent set integer inverse matrix k+1 k+1 Lawrence Radiation Laboratory least squares problem linear least squares locations occupied m-dimensional method of diagonal method of orthogonalization mial minimum value non-identity elements nonsingular normal equations number of points numeric zero order of input orthogonalization has half output PALSI problem person acting pivot column polyno POLYNOMIAL APPROXIMATING CODE Premultiplying process disclosed punched replaced rows of three scalar solution specified subblocks tape terminal point three words triangular matrix triangular with unit unit diagonal elements University of California upper triangular system value of R(X weighted residuals xC xC yields Zn+1