Title

On trigonometric interpolation

Date of Award

2005

Availability

Article

Degree Name

Doctor of Arts (D.A.)

Department

Mathematics

First Committee Member

Alan Lazer, Committee Chair

Abstract

In this exposition we discuss trigonometric interpolation at equally spaced points. This exposition is to a large degree self-contained. It can serve as an introduction to Fourier analysis. It is written with the idea of serving as a foundation for a course for advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate students. It requires some knowledge of linear algebra, undergraduate analysis, and familiarity with complex numbers.

Keywords

Education, Mathematics

Link to Full Text

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