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Least Squares Polynomial Fitting for Noisy Data

version 1.0.0 (3.59 KB) by Manuel A. Diaz
This snippet exemplifies the use of a custom LU decomposition method to produce a k-order polynomial fit to noisy data.

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Updated 28 Apr 2021

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This snippet, is in reality the initial prototype I used for building my polynomial least squares class/module in C and Fortran, respectively. As you'll see, it matches perfectly the outputs for Matlab's polyval() and lu() functions. Although, is a very minimalist implementation of the LU decomposition method, it sometimes beats the polyval() function in speed. (Not sure why?!)

To understand how to use it, check out the example : FitPolynomialToNoisyData.m
( In it, I compare this implementation to Matlab's traditional tools/approaches )

Check it out! ;D

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Manuel A. Diaz (2021). Least Squares Polynomial Fitting for Noisy Data (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/91205-least-squares-polynomial-fitting-for-noisy-data), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

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