Approximation by rational spline functions

Tachev, Gancho
December 2006
Calcolo;Dec2006, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p279
Academic Journal
We discuss the linear precision property of NURBS functions. The degree of approximation of continuous functions is studied. Keywords: NURBS functions; linear precision; approximation degree; modulus of smoothness Mathematics Subject Classification (1991): 41A15, 41A25, 41A28, 41A36, 41A63, 65D07, 65D17


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