Cubature formulas of degree nine for symmetric planar regions
Authors: Robert Piessens and Ann Haegemans
Journal: Math. Comp. 29 (1975), 810-815
MSC: Primary 65D30
MathSciNet review: 0368393
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Abstract: A method of constructing 19-point cubature formulas with degree of exactness 9 is given for two-dimensional regions and weight functions which are symmetric in each variable. For some regions, e.g., the square and the circle, these formulas can be reduced to 18-point formulas.
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A. HAEGEMANS & R. PIESSENS, Tables of Cubature Formulas of Degree Nine for Symmetric Planar Regions. (Report to be published.)
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Keywords: Approximate integration, cubature formula, degree of exactness, planar region, orthogonal polynomials
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