Second Triangular Hermite Spline Curves and Its Application
Abstract: A class of rational square trigonometric spline is presented, which shares the same properties of normal cubic Hermite interpolation spline. The given spline can more approximate the interpolated curve than the ordinary polynomial cubic spline.
Key words: Hermite spline curve; C2 continuous; Faultage area; Precision
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