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Computational Aspects of Approximation Theory.

Published 1964

by Barry W. Boehm

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A discussion of the theory of approximation by polynomials and rational functions, presenting some of the useful theoretical results, interrelations, and practical consequences. Topics include problems of existence, uniqueness, characterization, and error estimation of best approximations, as well as algorithms for interpolation and for obtaining best least-squares and Chebyshev approximations. 107 pp. Bibliog

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