Table for third-degree spline interpolation using equi-spaced knots
Abstract: A table is given for the calculation of the parameters of a third-degree natural spline with n data points $(n > 2)$ using a minimum number of multiplications and divisions. In addition, an example is given that demonstrates the method of use and enables comparisons to be made with a method previously described.
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