[<<][math][>>][..]Wed Jan 23 03:17:40 CET 2013

Following the anti-aliased sawtooth approach, this technique of course generalizes to pre-integration / post differentiation [1][2]. I wonder if it's possible to solve the resolution problem by using some kind of multi-scale representation, where the difference components are stored "amplified", and differentiation is performed on this representation. Important conclusions: higher order is better, but sensitivity to polynomial interpolation order increases, and sensitivity to numerical precision increases at high frequencies, [1] http://dafx12.york.ac.uk/papers/dafx12_submission_69.pdf [2] md5://b5f03aed795cd98807b6af3648593c57 [3] entry://20110104-153108

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