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1 Introduction
2 Interpolation
2.1 What is Interpolation?
D. Levy 2.2 The Interpolation Problem
2.2 The Interpolation Problem
D. Levy 2.3 Newton’s Form of the Interpolation Polynomial
2.3 Newton’s Form of the Interpolation Polynomial
2.4 The Interpolation Problem and the Vandermonde Determinant D. Levy
2.4 The Interpolation Problem and the Vandermonde Deter-
2.5 The Lagrange Form of the Interpolation Polynomial
2.6 Divided Differences
2.7 The Error in Polynomial Interpolation
2.8 Interpolation at the Chebyshev Points
2.9 Hermite Interpolation
2.9.1 Divided differences with repetitions
2.9.2 The Lagrange form of the Hermite interpolant
2.10 Spline Interpolation
2.10.1 Cubic splines
2.10.2 What is natural about the natural spline?
3 Approximations
3.1 Background
3.2.2 Bounds on the minimax error
3.2.3 Characterization of the minimax polynomial
3.2.4 Uniqueness of the minimax polynomial
3.2.5 The near-minimax polynomial
3.2.6 Construction of the minimax polynomial
3.3 Least-squares Approximations
3.3.1 The least-squares approximation problem
3.3.2 Solving the least-squares problem: a direct method
3.3.3 Solving the least-squares problem: with orthogonal polynomials
3.3.4 The weighted least squares problem
3.3.5 Orthogonal polynomials
3.3.6 Another approach to the least-squares problem
3.3.7 Properties of orthogonal polynomials
4 Numerical Differentiation
4.1 Basic Concepts
4.2 Differentiation Via Interpolation
4.3 The Method of Undetermined Coefficients D. Levy
4.3 The Method of Undetermined Coefficients
4.4 Richardson’s Extrapolation D. Levy
4.4 Richardson’s Extrapolation
5 Numerical Integration
5.1 Basic Concepts
5.2 Integration via Interpolation
5.3 Composite Integration Rules
5.4 Additional Integration Techniques
5.4.1 The method of undetermined coefficients
5.4.2 Change of an interval
5.4.3 General integration formulas
D. Levy 5.5 Simpson’s Integration
5.5 Simpson’s Integration
5.5.1 The quadrature error
5.5.2 Composite Simpson rule
5.6 Gaussian Quadrature
5.6.1 Maximizing the quadrature’s accuracy
5.6.2 Convergence and error analysis
5.7 Romberg Integration
6 Methods for Solving Nonlinear Problems
6.1 The Bisection Method
6.2 Newton’s Method
6.3 The Secant Method
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