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3d Polynomials.

  • To: mathgroup at christensen.cybernetics.net
  • Subject: [mg1771] 3d Polynomials.
  • From: f85-tno at filsun01.nada.kth.se (Tommy Nordgren)
  • Date: Wed, 26 Jul 1995 00:55:49 -0400
  • Organization: Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

I need to generate polynomials that are orthogonal in 3d space, with respect 
to integration over a volume (non-cartesian boundaries).
	Given such polynomials, how do I generate a C function to 
compute the lowest order polynomials. (1).
	How do I determinate appropriate abscissas and weight in order to
approximately compute a representation of a 3d function in terms of my 
polynomials.(2)
	I also need to compute the line integrals of my function along
arbitary lines. Can anyone suggest a good way of doing this in terms of the
results from (2). (3).
	My region is the unit sphere.
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