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# Convexity Preserving Interpolation by GCÂ²-Rational Cubic Spline

AUTHOR(S)
Dube, M.; Rana, P. S.
PUB. DATE
December 2013
SOURCE
International Journal of Computer Applications;Dec2013, Vol. 84, p1
SOURCE TYPE
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A weighted rational cubic spline interpolation has been constructed using rational spline with quadratic denominator. GC1-piecewise rational cubic spline function involving parameters has been constructed which produces a monotonic interpolant to given monotonic data . The degree of smoothness of this spline is GC2 in the interpolating interval when the parameters satisfy a continuous system. It is observed that under certain conditions the interpolant preserve the convexity property of the data set. We have discussed the constrains for GC2-rational spline interpolant in section. Also the error estimate formula of this interpolation are obtained.
ACCESSION #
93432817

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