Monthly Archives: December 2008

Draw a smooth curve through a set of 2D points – two in one

I’ve gathered the code from my recent posts 17-22 December into one place with some minor bug and style fixes. You can download it here: http://cid-39d56f0c7a08d703.skydrive.live.com/embedrowdetail.aspx/.Public/DrawSmoothCurve

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Draw a smooth curve through a set of 2D points with Cubic Spline

With my yesterday post "Approximate cubic polynomial with polyline" it’s easy to draw the curve through the set of points with the aid of Cubic Spline interpolation. After calculating Cubic Spline we have to approximate each partial cubic polynomial comprising … Continue reading

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Approximate cubic polynomial with polyline

Cubic polynomial is often used as main building block in some or other algorithms of piecewise function approximation. Often we then want to draw the result of the approximation on screen or printer. But we lack primitives to do it. … Continue reading

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How to draw a smooth curve through a set of 2D points with Bezier methods?

From time to time I face with the question: how to draw a smooth curve through a set of 2D points? It seems strange but we haven’t out of the box primitives to do so. Yes, we can draw a … Continue reading

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My BLOG started

At last I’m on the point to create my blog! I’m going to write here on my programming way, issues and solutions. Currently my main point of interest is .NET and, especially, WPF. But certainly I’ll touch other domains as … Continue reading

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