Soap film smoothing

@inproceedings{Wood2008SoapFS,
  title={Soap film smoothing},
  author={Simon G. Wood and Mark V. Bravington},
  year={2008}
}
Conventional smoothing methods sometimes perform badly when used to smooth data over complex domains, by smoothing inappropriately across boundary features, such as peninsulas. Solutions to this smoothing problem tend to be computationally complex, and not to provide model smooth functions which are appropriate for incorporating as components of other models, such as generalized additive models, or mixed additive models. In this paper we propose a class of smoothers appropriate for smoothing… CONTINUE READING
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