Convergence of Bivariate Cardinal Interpolation.
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WISCONSIN UNIV-MADISON MATHEMATICS RESEARCH CENTER
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This is a follow-up on a previous report in which the authors introduced and studied interpolation by a linear combination of translates of a bivariate box spline on a three-direction mesh. This is of interest because these box splines are not just tensor products of univariate B-splines but are genuinely bivariate, yet are true generalizations of the univariate cardinal B-spline. This allows one to be guided by Schoenbergs highly successful analysis of univariate cardinal splines, while at the same time struggling with a more complicated setup. The specific task of the present report is the derivation of necessary and of sufficient conditions for the convergence of the box spline interpolants as the degree goes to infinity. The conditions are stated in terms of the Fourier transform of the interpolant.
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