Ok, from the code I understood that the computed polynomials (Legendre, Chebyshev, Jacobi etc.) are in fact orthonormal and not only orthogonal w.r.t. a certain weight.

So were the legendre polynomials constructed using the uniform weight of 0.5 and chebyshev with 1/pi*(1-x^2)^-0.5? How can we extract the resulting polynomial coefficients?

The Legendre polynomials should assume fixed values at the points x = -1 and x = 1. However, when I plot them using the evaluate_expansion function I see that this is not the case. Is this a bug?

Ok, from the code I understood that the computed polynomials (Legendre, Chebyshev, Jacobi etc.) are in fact orthonormal and not only orthogonal w.r.t. a certain weight.
So were the legendre polynomials constructed using the uniform weight of 0.5 and chebyshev with 1/pi*(1-x^2)^-0.5? How can we extract the resulting polynomial coefficients?

The Legendre polynomials should assume fixed values at the points x = -1 and x = 1. However, when I plot them using the evaluate_expansion function I see that this is not the case. Is this a bug?

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26 Apr 2012

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