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A formula for the error of finite sinc interpolation with an even number of nodes

Berrut, Jean-Paul

In: Numerical Algorithms, 2010, vol. 56, no. 1, p. 143-157

Sinc interpolation is a very efficient infinitely differentiable approximation scheme from equidistant data on the infinite line. We give a formula for the error committed when the function neither decreases rapidly nor is periodic, so that the sinc series must be truncated for practical purposes. To do so, we first complete a previous result for an odd number of points, before deriving a formula... Plus

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    Summary
    Sinc interpolation is a very efficient infinitely differentiable approximation scheme from equidistant data on the infinite line. We give a formula for the error committed when the function neither decreases rapidly nor is periodic, so that the sinc series must be truncated for practical purposes. To do so, we first complete a previous result for an odd number of points, before deriving a formula for the more involved case of an even number of points.