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In this chapter we shall consider polynomial approximation in its most simple form. As in the last chapter we shall restrict ourselves, for convenience, to the closed interval (0,1), and we will let f(x) be a real valued continuous function defined in the interval.
KeywordsDynamic Program Node Point Closed Interval Polynomial Approximation Unit Cube
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