Document Type

Article

Date

11-29-2006

Embargo Period

11-10-2011

Disciplines

Mathematics

Description/Abstract

In this paper we study the consequences of overinterpolation, i.e., the situation when a function can be interpolated by polynomial, or rational, or algebraic functions in more points that normally expected. We show that in many cases such a function has specific forms.

Additional Information

This manuscript is from arXiv.org, for futher information look at http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0611928

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Harvested from arXiv.org

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