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In such a scheme 30 Nira Dyn Fig. 4. 9. the insertion rules during the refinement process, aim at estimating the function's values in terms of information taken from the same smoothness region. This idea can lead to schemes with quality of approximation similar to that of the linear 4point scheme with w = i, when applied to data sampled from smooth functions. In the latter case the values f*+1 attached to the points 2~k~xj,j e Z, are, in fact, estimated from the values at refinement level k, by with Q% j, a cubic polynomial satisfying Ql,j(2-kti + i)) = f}+i, i = -1,0,1,2.
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Multiplying the interval lengths di by a common factor A will not change the intrinsic geometry of the spline curve