Recent advances in the approximation of surfaces from scattered data
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Advances in the mathematical theory behind Hardy's multiquadric method, development of methods for surfaces with tension parameters or which satisfy constraints, and methods for least squares approximation and subset selection are discussed. This report was prepared for the proceedings of The International Workshop on Multivariate Approximation, held in Santiago, Chile, in December 1986.
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