public class CsShape extends Spline
Class CsShape
computes a cubic spline interpolant to
n data points for
. For ease of explanation, we will
assume that , although it is not
necessary for the user to sort these data values. If the data are strictly
convex, then the computed spline is convex, , and
minimizes the expression
over all convex functions that interpolate the data. In the general case when the data have both convex and concave regions, the convexity of the spline is consistent with the data and the above integral is minimized under the appropriate constraints. For more information on this interpolation scheme, we refer the reader to Micchelli et al. (1985) and Irvine et al. (1986).
One important feature of the splines produced by this class is that it is not possible, a priori, to predict the number of breakpoints of the resulting interpolant. In most cases, there will be breakpoints at places other than data locations. The method is nonlinear; and although the interpolant is a piecewise cubic, cubic polynomials are not reproduced. (However, linear polynomials are reproduced.) This routine should be used when it is important to preserve the convex and concave regions implied by the data.
Modifier and Type  Class and Description 

static class 
CsShape.TooManyIterationsException
Too many iterations.

breakPoint, coef, EPSILON_LARGE
Constructor and Description 

CsShape(double[] xData,
double[] yData)
Construct a cubic spline interpolant which is consistent
with the concavity of the data.

copyAndSortData, copyAndSortData, derivative, derivative, derivative, getBreakpoints, integral, value, value
public CsShape(double[] xData, double[] yData) throws CsShape.TooManyIterationsException, SingularMatrixException
xData
 A double
array containing the xcoordinates of the data.
Values must be distinct.yData
 A double
array containing the ycoordinates of the data.
The arrays xData and yData must have
the same length.CsShape.TooManyIterationsException
SingularMatrixException
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