## Spline (mathematics) |

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In **spline** is a function defined

In the ^{[citation needed]}. Splines are popular curves in these subfields because of the simplicity of their construction, their ease and accuracy of evaluation, and their capacity to approximate complex shapes through ^{[citation needed]}

The term spline comes from the flexible ^{[1]} It also is an acronym for "Smooth Polynomial Lines Interpolating Numerical Estimates".

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- definition
- examples
- continuity levels
- general expression for a
*c*^{2}interpolating cubic spline - representations and names
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The term "spline" is used to refer to a wide class of functions that are used in applications requiring data interpolation and/or smoothing. The data may be either one-dimensional or multi-dimensional. Spline functions for interpolation are normally determined as the minimizers of suitable measures of roughness (for example integral squared curvature) subject to the interpolation constraints.

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