Elementary spline functions
Keywords:elementary spline function, Cauchy problem, error estimation
AbstractThe aim of this paper is to define the elementary spline functions in analogy with the definition of the polynomial spline functions, given by I. J.Schonberg. Also, it is described a method for constructing the elementary spline functions. Finally, some examples are given.
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