# Numerical integration as a finite matrix approximation to multiplication operator

@article{Sarmavuori2017NumericalIA, title={Numerical integration as a finite matrix approximation to multiplication operator}, author={Juha Sarmavuori and Simo S{\"a}rkk{\"a}}, journal={ArXiv}, year={2017}, volume={abs/1912.07325} }

## 3 Citations

### Strong Resolvent Convergence of Finite Matrix Approximations in Numerical Integration.

- Mathematics
- 2019

We study the convergence of a family of numerical integration methods where the numerical integration is formulated as a finite matrix approximation to a multiplication operator. For bounded…

### New Formulas of Numerical Quadrature Using Spline Interpolation

- EngineeringArchives of Computational Methods in Engineering
- 2020

This work develops formulas for numerical integration with spline interpolation. The new formulas are shown to be alternatives to the Newton–Cotes integration formulas. These methods have important…

### New Formulas of Numerical Quadrature Using Spline Interpolation

- Engineering
- 2020

This work develops formulas for numerical integration with spline interpolation. The new formulas are shown to be alternatives to the Newton–Cotes integration formulas. These methods have important…

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