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Evaluating Polynomials at Grid Points
I am continuing my quest on B-splines. The code below builds a 5x5 matrix out of B-splines, using the BSplineBasis routine. I now want to evaluate the polynomials that are stored in each matrix ...
May 1 '13 at 10:09
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