Given a set of points, it is possible to construct a polynomial that when plotted passes through the points. When fully computed and displayed, such a polynomial becomes a curve that’s referred to as a polynomial interpolation of the points.
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- Polynomial Interpolation
Prof. David Salomon (emeritus)
- Springer London
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