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Class of discrete integrating operators

Class of discrete integrating operators

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A class of integrating operators is presented which assumes an interpolation which is an nth-order polynomial between the sample points and has n — 1 continuous derivatives at the sample points. It is shown that several classical numerical integration schemes and zform substitutes are special cases of this class.

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