On the computation of discrete Legendre polynomial coefficients

  title={On the computation of discrete Legendre polynomial coefficients},
  author={M. Aburdene},
  journal={Multidimensional Systems and Signal Processing},
  • M. Aburdene
  • Published 1993
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Multidimensional Systems and Signal Processing
A new and fast method to find the discrete Legendre polynomial (DLP) coefficients is presented. The method is based on forming a simple matrix using addition only and then multiplying two elements of the matrix to compute the DLP coefficients. 
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