Recent Developments in Lagrange Interpolation

Franck (2008) [148] provides a nice overview of the various structures being used for Lagrange interpolation, along with their computational complexities and depths (relevant to parallel processing). He moreover proposes a novel computation having linear complexity and log depth that is especially well suited for parallel processing architectures.

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