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"Deyan Levski" <remove.this@gmail.com> wrote in message <kbu8d3$gcr$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
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> Due to some hardware restrictions I will need to split the function in a number of uniform segments and then calculate the approximation points accordingly, but in such a way that the largest error is minimized (minmax sense).
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> Are there any existing functions that can help me with this task, I've looked at interp1 but I am afraid it is not what I am really looking for? I will be very happy if someone can guide me with some ideas or literature about this mathematical problem.
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If you have Optimization Toolbox, then fminimax() might be applicable