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M11/20

  1. Slide set 33 - Graphical Objects and Scene Graphs
  2. Slide set 34 - Particle Systems
  3. Slide set 35 - Curves and Surfaces (start)
  4. Maple demo interpolating an 2N-1 degree polynomial thru the 2N points: (0,0), (1,0), (2,0), (3,0), ... (N-1,0), (N,1), (N+1,1), (N+2,1), ... (2N-1,1). The polynomial oscillates wildly especially near the ends. As N increases, the oscillations gets worse. This shows that you don't want to use hi-degree interpolations.




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