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Spline curve by uniform subdivision




spcrv(c,k) provides a dense sequence f(tt) of points on the uniform B-spline curve f of order k with B-spline coefficients c. Explicitly, this is the curve

f:t|j=1nB(tk/2|j,...,j+k) c(j), k2tn+k2

with B(·|a,...,z) the B-spline with knots a,...,z, and n the number of coefficients in c, i.e., [d,n] equals size(c).

spcrv(c) chooses the order k to be 4.

spcrv(c,k,maxpnt) makes sure that at least maxpnt points are generated. The default value for the maximum number of sites tt to be generated is 100.

The parameter interval that the site sequence tt fills out uniformly is the interval [k/2 .. (n-k/2)].

The output consists of the array f(tt).


The following would show a questionable broken line and its smoothed version:

points = [0 0 1 1 0 -1 -1 0 0 ;
        0 0 0 1 2 1 0 -1 -2]; 
values = spcrv(points,3); 
hold on, plot(values(1,:),values(2,:)), hold off


Repeated midpoint knot insertion is used until there are at least maxpnt sites. There are situations where use of fnplt would be more efficient.

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