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In numerical analysis, Hermite interpolation, named after Charles Hermite, is a method of interpolating data points as a polynomial function. The generated Hermite polynomial is closely related to the Newton polynomial, in that both are derived from the calculation of divided differences. Unlike ... - read more

Comments. Hermite interpolation can be regarded as a special case of Birkhoff interpolation (also called lacunary interpolation). In the latter, not all values of a function and its derivatives are known at given points (whereas there is complete information in the case of Hermite interpolation). - read more

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