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 gibson:teaching:fall-2016:math753:newtondivdiff [2016/11/11 12:12]gibson gibson:teaching:fall-2016:math753:newtondivdiff [2016/11/11 12:15] (current)gibson Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2016/11/11 12:15 gibson 2016/11/11 12:12 gibson 2016/11/11 12:07 gibson 2016/11/11 12:06 gibson 2016/11/11 12:05 gibson 2016/11/11 12:00 gibson 2016/11/11 11:59 gibson 2016/11/11 11:52 gibson 2016/11/11 11:45 gibson 2016/11/11 11:28 gibson created 2016/11/11 12:15 gibson 2016/11/11 12:12 gibson 2016/11/11 12:07 gibson 2016/11/11 12:06 gibson 2016/11/11 12:05 gibson 2016/11/11 12:00 gibson 2016/11/11 11:59 gibson 2016/11/11 11:52 gibson 2016/11/11 11:45 gibson 2016/11/11 11:28 gibson created Line 34: Line 34: Lower-triangular systems can be solved easily via forward substitution. It turns out that for this particular lower-triangular system, the solution can be computed easily by subtracting and dividing Lower-triangular systems can be solved easily via forward substitution. It turns out that for this particular lower-triangular system, the solution can be computed easily by subtracting and dividing numbers in a table. To see how that works, please refer to [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Newton_polynomial#​Application|Newton Divided Difference Application]] (wikipedia). numbers in a table. To see how that works, please refer to [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Newton_polynomial#​Application|Newton Divided Difference Application]] (wikipedia). + + Further reading: + + * [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Newton_polynomial#​Application|Newton Polynomial]] (wikipedia).