As known, the problem of choosing ``good'' nodes is a central one in polynomial interpolation. While the problem is essentially solved in one dimension (all good nodal sequences are asymptotically equidistributed with respect to the arc-cosine metric), in several variables it still represents a substantially open question. In this work we consider new nodal sets for bivariate polynomial interpolation on the square. First, we consider fast Leja points for tensor-product interpolation. On the other hand, for classical polynomial interpolation on the square we experiment four families of points which are (asymptotically) equidistributed with respect to the Dubiner metric, which extends to higher dimension the arc-cosine metric. One of them, nicknamed Padua points, gives numerically a Lebesgue constant growing like log square of the degree.
|Titolo:||Bivariate polynomial interpolation on the square at new nodal sets|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2005|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.01 Articolo in Rivista|