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If we take a = 0, b = 1, we obtain the same result as in case (i) provided xj are ∗ taken as the zeros of the shifted Chebyshev polynomial Tn+1 (x) = Tn+1 (2x − 1), since the value of Ln is the same in both cases. (ii) For the general distribution of the points xj , j = 0, 1, . . , n, and an arbitrary function f (x) ∈ C[a, b], it is not true that lim f (x) − P0,1,... ,n (x) ∞ = 0 (see n→∞ Natanson 1964, and Cheney 1966), but P0,1,... ,n (x) does converge in the mean to f (x) (see Natanson 1964, p.
Xn − xn−1 ) P0,1,... 4) where fj = f (xj ), j = 0, 1, . . , n, and the error E(x) = f (x) − (Af )(x) in this interpolation formula is given by E(x) = (x − x0 ) (x − x1 ) . . (x − xn ) f n+1 (ξ) , (n + 1)! 5) if f n+1 (ξ) is continuous and ξ depends on x. nb on the CD-R. 1. (a) Constant interpolation: n = 0, x0 = a, P0 (x) = f (a), a ≤ x ≤ b, and E(x) = (x − a) f (ξ), a < ξ < b, if f (ξ) is continuous and ξ depends on x. a+b a+b (b) Constant interpolation: n = 0, x0 = , P0 (x) = f , a ≤ x ≤ b, 2 2 a+b and E(x) = x − f (ν), a < ν < b, if f (ν) is continuous and ν depends 2 on x.
N f0 f [x0 , x0 + h, . . , x0 nh] = . 12) n! 3. Newton-Gregory Formula. Let us introduce a new variable s by defining x = x0 + sh. Then (x − x0 ) . . (x − xk ) = hk s(s − 1) . . (s − k + 1). 13) which is known as the Newton-Gregory form of the forward diﬀerence formula. Then the error term is given by En (x) = f (x) − pn (x) = hn+1 © 2005 by Chapman & Hall/CRC Press s f (n+1) (ξs ) , n+1 x0 < ξs < xn . 3. FINITE AND DIVIDED DIFFERENCES 17 If we use the backward difference operator, we obtain the backward difference form n (−1)j pn (x) = pn (xn + sh) = j=0 −s ∇j fn .