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A method for solving classical smoothing problems with obstacles; pp. 197–204

Full article in PDF format | doi: 10.3176/proc.2009.4.01

Author
Evely Leetma

Abstract
We study how to reduce the smoothing problem with obstacles to the smoothing problem with weights. A system connecting deviations of the solution from given values and weights is established. An algorithm for solving this equation is proposed and illustrated by examples.
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