Approximation Theory X Wavelets, Splines and Applications
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Approximation Theory X Wavelets, Splines and Applications

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This volume contains surveys written by leading experts, along with research papers on the developments in approximation theory and in the theory and application of curves and surfaces. Topics addressed include: biharmonic splines, cardinal L-splines, discrete splines, exterior BVPs, financial optimization, framelets, FSI generators, Gabor frames, moving least squares, multiwavelets, nonstationary wavelets, non-MSF wavelets, orthogonal wavelets, penalized least squares, refinable functions, SAR interferometry, smoothing splines, spline bases, spline interpolation, Sturm-Liouville problems, subdivision, thin plate splines and wavelet packets.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 440 pages
  • 163.83 x 238 x 33.02mm | 839.15g
  • Tennessee, United States
  • English
  • 0826514162
  • 9780826514165

Table of contents

biharmonic splines; cardinal L-splines; discrete splines; exterior BVPs; financial optimization; framelets; FSI generators; Gabor frames; moving least squares; multiwavelets; nonstationary wavelets; non-MSF wavelets; orthogonal wavelets; penalized least squares; refinable functions; SAR interferometry; smoothing splines; spline bases; spline interpolation; Sturm-Liouville problems; subdivision; thin plate splines; wavelet packets
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Review quote

The series of books edited or co-edited by Professor Larry Schumaker of Vanderbilt University and his international colleagues has achieved a high level of quality in the fields of Approximation Theory, Wavelets, and Computer-Aided Design. These books should be in every university library. Contributors to these volumes are among the leading researchers in their fields, and the books provide authoritative sources for current theory and applications in these areas.
--Ward Cheney, University of Texas
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About Charles K. Chui

Charles K. Chui is professor of mathematics at University of Missouri-St. Louis. Joachim Stoeckler is professor of mathematics at University of Dortmund, Germany.

Larry L. Schumaker is Stevenson Professor of Mathematics at Vanderbilt University.
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