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Clarendon Press- Mathematics – pages. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Scalar, vectorial, and tensorial methods are each considered in turn.
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Gabor and Toeplitz Transform Spherical Singular Integrals 9. No eBook available Amazon. Vector Spherical Harmonics The primary objective is to provide readers with an understanding of aspects of approximation by spherical harmonics, such as spherical splines andwavelets, as well as indicating future directions of research.
Overview Description Table of Contents. Sphere oriented mathematics plays an important part in this study and this bookprovides the necessary foundation for graduate students and researchers interested in any of the diverse topics of constructive approximation in this area. Aspects of approximation by spherical harmonics, such as spherical splines and wavelets, are discussed in detail, and methods for handling different types of data, such as scalar, vectorial, and tensorial, are each te in turn.
Scalar Spherical Harmonics 4. Constructive Approximation on the Sphere with Applications to Geomathematics Numerical mathematics and scientific computation Oxford science publications.
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This book bridges the existing gap between monographs on special functions of mathematical physics and constructive approximation in Euclidean spaces. Account Options Sign in.
When applied to geomathematics this leads to newstructures and methods by which sophisticated measurements and observations can be handled more efficiently, thus reducing time and costs. The concentration on spherical splines and wavelets allows a double simplification; not only is the number of independent variables reduced resulting in a lower dimensional problem, but also radial basis function techniques become applicable. This volume provides the necessary foundation in sphere oriented mathematics for graduate students and researchers interested in any of the diverse topics of constructive approximation in this area.
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Continuous Wavelet Transform Vectorial Approximation Methods Paproximation subject of geomathematics focuses on the interpretation and classification of data from geoscientific and satellite sources, reducing information to a comprehensible form and allowing the testing of concepts. Tensor Spherical Harmonics This book presents the most up-to-date structures and methods for the efficient handling of sophisticated measurements and observations, thus reducing time and costs. Choose your country or region Close.
Sphere oriented mathematics plays an important part in this study and this bookprovides Constructive Approximation on the Sphere with Applications to Geomathematics.
Geomathematics offers an useful means of assimilating and assessing the ever increasing flow of data from geoscientific and satellite sources, as well as an objective basis for the interpretation, classification, and solution of problems. A Clarendon Press Publication.