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- PublicationFRACTAL TRIGONOMETRIC POLYNOMIALS for RESTRICTED RANGE APPROXIMATION(01-06-2016)
; ;NavascuÃ©s, M. A. ;Viswanathan, P.Katiyar, S. K.Show more One-sided approximation tackles the problem of approximation of a prescribed function by simple traditional functions such as polynomials or trigonometric functions that lie completely above or below it. In this paper, we use the concept of fractal interpolation function (FIF), precisely of fractal trigonometric polynomials, to construct one-sided uniform approximants for some classes of continuous functions.Show more - PublicationA C
^{1}-Rational Cubic Fractal Interpolation Function: Convergence and Associated Parameter Identification Problem(01-04-2015) ;Viswanathan, P.Show more This paper introduces a rational Fractal Interpolation Function (FIF), in the sense that it is obtained using a rational cubic spline transformation involving two shape parameters, and investigates its applicability in some constrained interpolation problems. We identify suitable values for the parameters of the corresponding Iterated Function System (IFS) so that it generates positive rational FIFs for a given set of positive data. Further, the problem of identifying the rational IFS parameters so as to ensure that its attractor (graph of the corresponding rational FIF) lies in a specified rectangle is also addressed. With the assumption that the data defining function is continuously differentiable, an upper bound for the interpolation error (with respect to the uniform norm) for the rational FIF is obtained. As a consequence, the uniform convergence of the rational FIF to the original function as the norm of the partition tends to zero is proven.Show more - PublicationA constructive approach to cubic Hermite Fractal Interpolation Function and its constrained aspects(01-12-2013)
; Viswanathan, P.Show more The theory of splines is a well studied topic, but the kinship of splines with fractals is novel. We introduce a simple explicit construction for a L1-cubic Hermite Fractal Interpolation Function (FIF). Under some suitable hypotheses on the original function, we establish a priori estimates (with respect to the Lp-norm, 1≤p≤∞) for the interpolation error of the L1-cubic Hermite FIF and its first derivative. Treating the first derivatives at the knots as free parameters, we derive suitable values for these parameters so that the resulting cubic FIF enjoys L2 global smoothness. Consequently, our method offers an alternative to the standard moment construction of L2-cubic spline FIFs. Furthermore, we identify appropriate values for the scaling factors in each subinterval and the derivatives at the knots so that the graph of the resulting L2-cubic FIF lies within a prescribed rectangle. These parameters include, in particular, conditions for the positivity of the cubic FIF. Thus, in the current article, we initiate the study of the shape preserving aspects of fractal interpolation polynomials. We also provide numerical examples to corroborate our results. © 2013 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht.Show more - PublicationDistribution ofÂ Noise inÂ Linear Recurrent Fractal Interpolation Functions forÂ Data Sets with Î± -Stable Noise(01-01-2023)
;Kumar, Mohit; Show more In this study, we construct a linear recurrent fractal interpolation function (RFIF) with variable scaling parameters for data set with α -stable noise (a generalization of Gaussian noise) on its ordinate, which captures the uncertainty at any missing or unknown intermediate point. The propagation of uncertainty in this linear RFIF is investigated, and a method for estimating parameters of the uncertainty at any interpolated value is provided. Moreover, a simulation study to visualize uncertainty for interpolated values is presented.Show more - PublicationToward a unified methodology for fractal extension of various shape preserving spline interpolants(01-01-2015)
;Katiyar, S. K.Show more Fractal interpolation, one in the long tradition of those involving the interpolatary theory of functions, is concerned with interpolation of a data set with a function whose graph is a fractal or a self-referential set. The novelty of fractal interpolants lies in their ability to model a data set with either a smooth or a nonsmooth function depending on the problem at hand. To broaden their horizons, some special class of fractal interpolants are introduced and their shape preserving aspects are investigated recently in the literature. In the current article, we provide a unified approach for the fractal generalization of various traditional nonrecursive polynomial and rational splines. To this end, first we shall view polynomial/rational FIFs as α-fractal functions corresponding to the traditional nonrecursive splines. The elements of the iterated function system are identified befittingly so that the class of α-fractal function fα incorporates the geometric features such as positivity, monotonicity, and convexity in addition to the regularity inherent in the generating function f. This general theory in conjuction with shape preserving aspects of the traditional splines provides algorithms for the construction of shape preserving fractal interpolation functions. Even though the results obtained in this article are generally enough, we wish to apply it on a specific rational cubic spline with two free shape parameters.Show more - PublicationConstruction of fractal bases for spaces of functions(01-01-2017)
;NavascuÃ©s, MarÃa A. ;SebastiÃ¡n, MarÃa V.; Katiyar, SaurabhShow more The construction of fractal versions of classical functions as polynomials, trigonometric maps, etc. by means of a particular Iterated Function System of the plane is tackled. The closeness between the classical function and its fractal analogue provides good properties of approximation and interpolation to the latter. This type of methodology opens the use of non-smooth and fractal functions in approximation. The procedure involves the definition of an operator mapping standard functions into their dual fractals. The transformation is linear and bounded and some bounds of its norm are established. Through this operator we define families of fractal functions that generalize the classical Schauder systems of Banach spaces and the orthonormal bases of Hilbert spaces. With an appropriate election of the coefficients of Iterated Function System we define sets of fractal maps that span the most important spaces of functions as C[a, b] or Lp [a, b].Show more - PublicationA fractal class of generalized Jackson interpolants(01-09-2019)
;NavascuÃ©s, MarÃa Antonia ;Jha, Sangita; SebastiÃ¡n, MarÃa VictoriaShow more In this paper, we establish a new formula that generalizes the Jackson trigonometric interpolation for a 2π-periodic function. This generalization is done by using various positive exponents in the basic nodal functions that gives a wide variety of bases during approximation. For a Hölder continuous periodic function, we compute the uniform interpolation error bound of the corresponding generalized Jackson interpolant and prove the convergence of the proposed interpolant. We also show that the mentioned approximation procedure is stable. In the last part, we consider a family of fractal interpolants associated with the generalized Jackson approximation functions under discussion.Show more - PublicationBinary operations in metric spaces satisfying side inequalities(01-01-2022)
;NavascuÃ©s, MarÃa A. ;Rajan, PasupathiShow more The theory of metric spaces is a convenient and very powerful way of examining the behavior of numerous mathematical models. In a previous paper, a new operation between functions on a compact real interval called fractal convolution has been introduced. The construction was done in the framework of iterated function systems and fractal theory. In this article we extract the main features of this association, and consider binary operations in metric spaces satisfying properties as idempotency and inequalities related to the distance between operated elements with the same right or left factor (side inequalities). Important examples are the logical disjunction and conjunction in the set of integers modulo 2 and the union of compact sets, besides the aforementioned fractal convolution. The operations described are called in the present paper convolutions of two elements of a metric space E. We deduce several properties of these associations, coming from the considered initial conditions. Thereafter, we define self-operators (maps) on E by using the convolution with a fixed component. When E is a Banach or Hilbert space, we add some hypotheses inspired in the fractal convolution of maps, and construct in this way convolved Schauder and Riesz bases, Bessel sequences and frames for the space.Show more - PublicationA new class of fractal interpolation surfaces based on functional values(01-03-2016)
; Vijender, N.Show more Fractal interpolation is a modern technique for fitting of smooth/non-smooth data. Based on only functional values, we develop two types of 1-rational fractal interpolation surfaces (FISs) on a rectangular grid in the present paper that contain scaling factors in both directions and two types of positive real parameters which are referred as shape parameters. The graphs of these 1-rational FISs are the attractors of suitable rational iterated function systems (IFSs) in R3 which use a collection of rational IFSs in the x-direction and y-direction and hence these FISs are self-referential in nature. Using upper bounds of the interpolation error of the x-direction and y-direction fractal interpolants along the grid lines, we study the convergence results of 1-rational FISs toward the original function. A numerical illustration is provided to explain the visual quality of our rational FISs. An extra feature of these fractal surface schemes is that it allows subsequent interactive alteration of the shape of the surfaces by changing the scaling factors and shape parameters.Show more - PublicationA -Fractal Rational Functions and Their Positivity Aspects(01-01-2021)
;Katiyar, S. K.Show more Coalescence hidden variable fractal interpolation function (CHFIF) proves more versatile than classical interpolant and fractal interpolation function (FIF). Using rational functions and CHFIF, a general construction of A-fractal rational functions is introduced for the first time in the literature. This construction of A-fractal rational function also allows us to insert shape parameters for positivity-preserving univariate interpolation. The convergence analysis of the proposed scheme is established. With suitably chosen numerical examples and graphs, the effectiveness of the positivity-preserving interpolation scheme is illustrated.Show more