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

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