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Curve-fitting techniques,
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Year: 1969 Publisher: Delft : Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Delft University of Technology,

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Data fitting in the chemical sciences: by the method of least squares
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ISBN: 0471934127 Year: 1992 Publisher: Chichester Wiley

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Model-free curve estimation
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ISBN: 0412042517 9780412042515 Year: 1993 Volume: 56 Publisher: New York, N.Y. Chapman & Hall

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C curve fitting and modeling for scientists and engineers
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ISBN: 0070517614 Year: 1992 Publisher: New York (N.Y.): McGraw-Hill,

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Numerical methods of curve fitting
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Year: 1961 Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge university press,

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A practical guide to the method of least squares
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Year: 1959 Publisher: Berkeley, CA : University of California Radiation Laboratory,

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Applied smoothing techniques for data analysis : the kernel approach with S-Plus illustrations
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ISBN: 128037523X 9786610375233 0585484104 9780585484105 9781280375231 0198523963 9780198523963 6610375232 Year: 1997 Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] Clarendon Press

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Control theoretic splines : optimal control, statistics, and path planning
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ISBN: 1282457969 1282936069 9786612936067 9786612457968 1400833876 9781400833870 9781282457966 6612457961 9780691132969 0691132968 Year: 2010 Publisher: Princeton : Princeton University Press,

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Splines, both interpolatory and smoothing, have a long and rich history that has largely been application driven. This book unifies these constructions in a comprehensive and accessible way, drawing from the latest methods and applications to show how they arise naturally in the theory of linear control systems. Magnus Egerstedt and Clyde Martin are leading innovators in the use of control theoretic splines to bring together many diverse applications within a common framework. In this book, they begin with a series of problems ranging from path planning to statistics to approximation. Using the tools of optimization over vector spaces, Egerstedt and Martin demonstrate how all of these problems are part of the same general mathematical framework, and how they are all, to a certain degree, a consequence of the optimization problem of finding the shortest distance from a point to an affine subspace in a Hilbert space. They cover periodic splines, monotone splines, and splines with inequality constraints, and explain how any finite number of linear constraints can be added. This book reveals how the many natural connections between control theory, numerical analysis, and statistics can be used to generate powerful mathematical and analytical tools. This book is an excellent resource for students and professionals in control theory, robotics, engineering, computer graphics, econometrics, and any area that requires the construction of curves based on sets of raw data.

Applied smoothing techniques for data analysis : the kernel approach with S-Plus illustrations
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ISBN: 0198523963 Year: 1997 Volume: 18 Publisher: Oxford Clarendon

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Here is a clear exposition of nonparametric smoothing methods for statisticians. The focus is applied rather than theoretical, with a large number of illustrations from different disciplines.

Creating more effective graphs.
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ISBN: 047127402X Year: 2005 Publisher: Hoboken Wiley

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Creating More Effective Graphs gives you the basic knowledge and techniques required to choose and create appropriate graphs for a broad range of applications. Using real-world examples everyone can relate to, the author highlights some of today's most effective methods. In clear, concise language, the author answers such common questions as: What constitutes an effective graph for communicating data? How do I choose the type of graph that is best for my data? How do I recognize a misleading graph? Whether you're a novice at graphing or already use graphs in your work but want to improve them, Creating More Effective Graphs will help you develop the kind of clear, accurate, and well-designed graphs to allow your data to be understood.

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