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comment Interpolating a “manifold” between two points
Thanks! The use of algebraic topology is really interesting, even if it provides a nonexistent solution!
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comment Interpolating a “manifold” between two points
Thanks! This looks like an interesting construction. I will have to play around with this and see if I can get nice explicite formulas for my case.
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comment Interpolating a “manifold” between two points
I mean edit the question.
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comment Interpolating a “manifold” between two points
Sorry I have tried to edit the equation. I would like to just find the functions in one chart. The problem I find is what is an appropriate polynomial form to fit given this data. There is ambiguity in how I choose my coordinates and then I need to fit the right polynomial given my constraints. I just wasn't sure if there was a canonical way of doing this type of thing (something like a generalization of a spline).
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Thanks for that website and for the Smale, Niyogi, and Weinberger reference it looks very interesting.