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Software for C1 interpolation

@inproceedings{Lawson1977SoftwareFC,
  title={Software for C1 interpolation},
  author={Charles L. Lawson},
  year={1977}
}
  • C. Lawson
  • Published 15 August 1977
  • Computer Science
The problem of mathematically defining a smooth surface, passing through a finite set of given points is studied. Literature relating to the problem is briefly reviewed. An algorithm is described that first constructs a triangular grid in the (x,y) domain, and first partial derivatives at the modal points are estimated. Interpolation in the triangular cells using a method that gives C sup.1 continuity overall is examined. Performance of software implementing the algorithm is discussed… 
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