In this paper an advanced interpolatory graphical display algorithm based on cardinal B-spline functions is provided. It is well-known that B-spline functions are a flexible tool to design various scale rapresentations of a signal. The proposed method allows to display without recursion a function at any desiderable resolution so that only initial data and opportune vectors weight are involved. In this way the structure of the algorithm is independent across the scale and a computational efficiency is reached. In this paper mono and bi-dimensional vectors weight generated by means of centered cubic cardinal B-spline functions have been supplied.

ALA, G., FRANCOMANO, E., TORTORICI, A., TOSCANO, E., VIOLA, F. (2004). An advanced variant of an interpolatory graphical display algorithm. APPLIED NUMERICAL ANALYSIS AND COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS, 1, 99-107 [10.1002/anac.200310009].

An advanced variant of an interpolatory graphical display algorithm

ALA, Guido;FRANCOMANO, Elisa;TORTORICI, Adele;TOSCANO, Elena;VIOLA, Fabio
2004-01-01

Abstract

In this paper an advanced interpolatory graphical display algorithm based on cardinal B-spline functions is provided. It is well-known that B-spline functions are a flexible tool to design various scale rapresentations of a signal. The proposed method allows to display without recursion a function at any desiderable resolution so that only initial data and opportune vectors weight are involved. In this way the structure of the algorithm is independent across the scale and a computational efficiency is reached. In this paper mono and bi-dimensional vectors weight generated by means of centered cubic cardinal B-spline functions have been supplied.
ALA, G., FRANCOMANO, E., TORTORICI, A., TOSCANO, E., VIOLA, F. (2004). An advanced variant of an interpolatory graphical display algorithm. APPLIED NUMERICAL ANALYSIS AND COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS, 1, 99-107 [10.1002/anac.200310009].
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