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Can Octave solve this kind of numerical analysis problem ???
From: 
Ramesh S Guzar 
Subject: 
Can Octave solve this kind of numerical analysis problem ??? 
Date: 
Fri, 24 Dec 1999 09:30:15 +0530 
Hi,
I have a problem which is related to the numerical analysis.
Hence I thought I would seek your help on this.
I have a Parameter "Z" which depends on 5 independent variables
l, m, n , o and p.
A1, A2 ......An are the values of Z for (l1,m1,n1,o1,p1) .....
to (ln,mn,nn,on,pn) coordinates.
Pictorially, the above looks like,
^ Z
 A2 . . . . . . An
 A1 . . . . . . . . .. . A3
 A32 A29 . . . .

n  m A5 A6
\  /
\  / A7......A8
\/
*>l
/ \
/ \
/ \
o p
Is it possible to fit a curve or get an expression for "Z" interms
of the know points like A1,A2.....An, and interpolate the value
of "Z" for any (l,m,n,o,p) set ? Can Octave do this ? If not
directly, do you have any suggestions on how to use Octave to
solve this problem ?
I would highly appreciate any help on this problem.
Thanks and best regards,
Ramesh

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 Can Octave solve this kind of numerical analysis problem ???,
Ramesh S Guzar <=