Part of the Progress in Scientific Computing book series (PSC, volume 2)
Regularization by Least-Squares Collocation
The term “least-squares collocation” (abbreviated “LSC” in the sequel) appears in many different contexts, where functions have to be approximated by terms resulting from finitely many measurements.
KeywordsMinimal Norm Generalize Inverse Reproduce Kernel Hilbert Space Physical Geodesy Linear Operator Equation
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