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GeneralMiniMaxApproximation - Dividing out the zero
MiniMaxApproximation is used to generate minimax approximations. I'm interested in the "dividing out the zero" trick. The documentation discusses a nice example. Suppose we want to construct a ...
Nov 7 '12 at 22:10
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