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Computation of minimax polynomial approximations.

Maria Odete Rodrigues Cadete

Computation of minimax polynomial approximations.

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Published by [Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência] Centro de Cálculo Científico in Lisboa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chebyshev approximation -- Computer programs.,
  • Functions -- Computer programs.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEstudos de programação e análise numérica ;, no. 7
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA297 .E87 no. 7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination89, [4] p.
    Number of Pages89
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5714478M
    LC Control Number70278573


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Computation of minimax polynomial approximations. by Maria Odete Rodrigues Cadete Download PDF EPUB FB2

Polynomial expansions such as the Taylor series expansion are often convenient for theoretical work but less useful for practical applications. Truncated Chebyshev series, however, closely approximate the minimax polynomial.

One popular minimax approximation algorithm is the. approximation techniques, best uniform polynomial approximation, computation of coefficients, minimax polynomial approximations, minimax polynomials Referenced by: §, §(ii), §(iii) For examples of minimax polynomial approximations to elementary and.

Some new methods for obtaining the minimax polynomial approximation of degree n to a continuous function are introduced, and applied to several simple functions. The amount of computation required is substantially reduced compared with that of previous methods.

Uniqueness of a best minimax approximation (2) Theorem. [cf. ] Let A⊂C [a,b ] be a Haar space. Then there exists for any f ∈C [a,b ] a unique best minimax approximation in A. Note, that the Haar condition is a necessary condition. There are examples for non Haar spaces which give multiple best approximations.

() Near-minimax complex approximation by four kinds of Chebyshev polynomial expansion. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics() Polynomial approximations in the complex by: Methods are described for the derivation of minimax and near-minimax polynomial approximations. For minimax approximations techniques are considered for both analytically defined functions and functions defined by a table of values.

For near-minimax approximations methods of determining the coefficients of the Fourier-Chebyshev expansion are. Minimax Polynomial Approximation By Harry H. Denman Abstract. Some new methods for obtaining the minimax polynomial approxima-tion of degree n to a continuous function are introduced, and applied to several simple functions.

The amount of computation required is substantially reduced compared with that of previous methods. This book gives a thorough and coherent introduction to the theory that is the basis of current approximation methods. Professor Powell describes and analyses the main techniques of calculation supplying sufficient motivation throughout the book to make it accessible to scientists and engineers who require approximation methods for practical needs.

nomials (\Chebyshev series"), minimax polynomial and rational approximations, Pad e approximations, numerical quadrature, and numerical solution of di erence and di erential equations. In this paper the emphasis will be on Stages (ii) and (iii), but in. polynomials. this number is small enough, we perform an exhaustive search: computation of the norms jjf qjj [a;b], q running among the candidate polynomials.

More details in: N. Brisebarre, J.-M. Muller, A. Tisserand, Computing Machine-Efficient Polynomial Approximations, ACM Transactions on Math. Software, Machine-Efficient.

Determined degrees of minimax rational approximations: nearly singular case. Listed are (N, M), the type of rational function adopted for the minimax approximation of auxiliary functions K X (m c) through D 0 (m c) in the single and double precision, respectively.

The case M = 0 means the degree N polynomial approximation. Meanwhile, the modern standard is FDP 0 P 5, the double precision Chebyshev polynomial approximation of F (η). It is a definite improvement of the earlier approximations with the 12 digit accuracy at most. Recently developed is fd1h, a double precision minimax rational approximation of F (η).

Analytic Computation of Generalized Fermi-Dirac Integral by Minimax Polynomial Approximation (in Japanese) Conference Paper (PDF Available) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Find a polynomial with the maximum 1. degree which best approximates the $f(x)=e^x$ function in terms of minimax approximation in $[0,1]$.

Precise and fast computation of generalized Fermi–Dirac integral by parameter polynomial approximation coefficients of the single and double precision minimax polynomial approximations of.

Numerical Analysis with Algorithms and Programming is the first comprehensive textbook to provide detailed coverage of numerical methods, their algorithms, and corresponding computer programs. It presents many techniques for the efficient numerical solution of problems in science and engineering.

Along with numerous worked-out examples, end-of-chapter exercises, and. A fully polynomial approximation scheme for the problem of scheduling n jobs on a single machine to minimize total weighted earliness and tardiness is presented.

A new technique is used to develop the scheme. The main feature of this technique is that it recursively computes lower and upper bounds on the value of partial optimal solutions. This is the first book on constructive methods for, and applications of orthogonal polynomials, and the first available collection of relevant Matlab codes.

The book begins with a concise introduction to the theory of polynomials orthogonal on the real line (or a portion thereof), relative to a positive measure of integration. Orthogonal Polynomials: Computation and Approximation Walter Gautschi This is the first book on constructive methods for, and applications of orthogonal polynomials, and the first available collection of relevant Matlab codes.

Polynomial-time safe and unsafe approximations for intractable sets were introduced by Meyer and Paterson [Technical Report TM, Laboratory for Computer Science, MIT, Cambridge, MA, ] and Yesha [SIAM J. Comput., 12 (), pp. ], respectively. The file also suggests that in difficult cases, it may be possible to approach the minimax polynomial by a sequence of approximations, such as by approximating f[h] to get good starting values for MiniMaxApproximation[] or by starting with a smaller interval and extending it.

Obtaining the minimax. If n = 0 or if the third argument is simply an integer m then the best minimax polynomial approximation of degree m is computed. If the fourth argument w is specified then it is assumed to be an operator if f is an operator, and it is assumed to be an expression if f is an expression.

Here the goal is to approximate an n+ 1-degree polynomial, xn+1, with an n-degree polynomial. The method of solution is somewhat indirect: we will produce a class of polynomials of the form x n+1 r(x) that satisfy the requirements of the oscillation theorem, and thus r(x) must be the.

This book gives a thorough and coherent introduction to the theory that is the basis of current approximation methods. Professor Powell describes and analyses the main techniques of calculation supplying sufficient motivation throughout the book to make it accessible to scientists and engineers who require approximation methods for practical s: 7.

Polynomial approximations are almost always used when implementing functions on a computing system. In most cases, the polynomial that best approximates (for a given distance and in a given interval) a function has coefficients that are not exactly representable with a finite number of bits.

In mathematics, approximation theory is concerned with how functions can best be approximated with simpler functions, and with quantitatively characterizing the errors introduced thereby. Note that what is meant by best and simpler will depend on the application.

A closely related topic is the approximation of functions by generalized Fourier series, that is, approximations based upon. Approximation By Polynomials By J.G. Burkill No part of this book may be reproduced in any form by print, microfilm or any other means without written permission from the Tata Insti-tute of Fundamental Research, Apollo Pier Road, Bombay-1 Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.

approaches to the computation of inverse trigonometric functions are very fast but require considerable memory [4], [5]. Polynomial and rational function approximations that have been pro-posed in the literature [3] are more suitable for numerical coprocessors.

Approximations using polynomials of large degrees are computationally expensive. The Remez algorithm is a methodology for locating the minimax rational approximation to a function. This short article gives a brief overview of the method, but it should not be regarded as a thorough theoretical treatment, for that you should consult your favorite textbook.

(rather than polynomial) approximations. One approach is to skew. This is the first book on constructive methods for, and applications of orthogonal polynomials, and the first available collection of relevant Matlab codes.

The book begins with a concise introduction to the theory of polynomials orthogonal on the real line (or a portion thereof), relative to a positive measure of integration. Topics which are particularly relevant to computation are emphasized/5(2). Non-monic polynomials.

Prove that, if p m is the minimax polynomial of degree mfor a polyno-mial f2P m+1, then pm is the minimax approximation for f. Solution: We need to show that k f p mk 1 k f p k for all p m2P m.

For a scalar, all norms satisfy k gk= j j:kgk, so for any q m2P mwe have k f p mk 1= j j:kf p m k j j:kf q k = k f q k. Fast calculation of Pade-Hermite (polynomial-rational) approximations | Cabay, Labahn.

| download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Finally, the theory on function approximation is very useful if one is trying to solve for a function that is (implicitly) defined by a system of functional equations. Polynomial approximations Most of this chapter will be devoted to polynomial approximations.

Orthogonal polynomials: applications and computation - Volume 5 - Walter Gautschi ‘On mean convergence of Lagrange–Kronrod interpolation’, in Approximation and Computation (Zahar, R.

M., ‘ Rational function minimax approximations for the Bessel functions K 0 (x) and K 1 (x) ’, Rep. AECL–, Atomic Energy of Canada. A new piecewise polynomial method is proposed to compute elementary functions by using high-order Taylor approximation.

The high-order power terms of the series are proposed to be approximated by using simple and fast table lookup. Furthermore, the similarity and regularity among the Taylor coefficients can make possible the sharing of the lookup tables.

The directory libs/math/minimax contains a command line driven program for the generation of minimax approximations using the Remez algorithm. Both polynomial and rational approximations are supported, although the latter are tricky to converge: it is not uncommon for.

The approximation problem and existence of best approximations --The uniqueness of best approximations --Approximation operators and some approximating functions --Polynomial interpolation --Divided differences --The uniform convergence of polynomial approximations --The theory of minimax approximation --The exchange algorithm --The convergence.

Actual Computation of Approximations. 50 Getting “general” approximations. 50 Getting approximations with special constraints.

51 Algorithms and Architectures for the Evaluation of Polynomials. 54 The minimax polynomial approximations of degrees 3.

Chebyshev polynomials crop up in virtually every area of numerical analysis, and they hold particular importance in recent advances in subjects such as orthogonal polynomials, polynomial approximation, numerical integration, and spectral methods. Yet no book dedicated to Chebyshev polynomials has be.

I am trying to find the minimax polynomial approximation for sine and cosine using the remez exchange algorithm in MATLAB. The need precision out to 23 bits because I am implementing the sine and cosine functions for IEEE floating point.

Or, if you have access to Matlab, there is an add-on called Chebfun that does a very good job of constructing minimax polynomial and rational approximations. There are commands named ratinterp and remez, and a couple of others.

The name "remez" comes from the Remez Exchange Algorithm, which is the standard way of computing minimax approximations.MiniMaxApproximation[expr, {x, {x0, x1}, m, n}] finds the rational polynomial function of x, with numerator order m and denominator order n, that gives a mini-max approximation to expr on the interval x0 to x1.

MiniMaxApproximation[expr, approx, {x, {x0, x1}, m, n}] finds the mini-max approximation to expr, starting the iterative algorithm with approx.Get this from a library!

Orthogonal polynomials: computation and approximation. [Walter Gautschi] -- "The book will be of interest to mathematicians and numerical analysts, and also to a wide range of scientists and engineers."--BOOK JACKET.