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Optimization approaches to quadrature : new characterizations of Gaussian quadrature on the line and quadrature with few nodes on plane algebraic curves, on the plane and in higher dimensions

Optimization approaches to quadrature : new characterizations of Gaussian quadrature on the line and quadrature with few nodes on plane algebraic curves, on the plane and in higher dimensions

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RIENER, Cordian, Markus SCHWEIGHOFER, 2016. Optimization approaches to quadrature : new characterizations of Gaussian quadrature on the line and quadrature with few nodes on plane algebraic curves, on the plane and in higher dimensions

@techreport{Riener2016Optim-35132, title={Optimization approaches to quadrature : new characterizations of Gaussian quadrature on the line and quadrature with few nodes on plane algebraic curves, on the plane and in higher dimensions}, year={2016}, author={Riener, Cordian and Schweighofer, Markus} }

2016-09-05T13:52:48Z Riener, Cordian 2016-09-05T13:52:48Z Riener, Cordian 2016 Schweighofer, Markus Let d and k be positive integers. Let μ be a positive Borel measure on R<sup>2</sup> possessing moments up to degree 2d−1. If the support of μ is contained in an algebraic curve of degree k, then we show that there exists a quadrature rule for μ with at most dk many nodes all placed on the curve (and positive weights) that is exact on all polynomials of degree at most 2d−1. This generalizes both Gauss and (the odd degree case of) Szegö quadrature where the curve is a line and a circle, respectively, to arbitrary plane algebraic curves. We use this result to show that, without any hypothesis on the support of μ, there is always a cubature rule for μ with at most 3/2d(d−1)+1 many nodes. In both results, we show that the quadrature or cubature rule can be chosen such that its value on a certain positive definite form of degree 2d is minimized. We characterize the unique Gaussian quadrature rule on the line as the one that minimizes this value or several other values as for example the maximum distance of a node to the origin. The tools we develop should prove useful for obtaining similar results in higher-dimensional cases although at the present stage we can present only partial results in that direction. Schweighofer, Markus Optimization approaches to quadrature : new characterizations of Gaussian quadrature on the line and quadrature with few nodes on plane algebraic curves, on the plane and in higher dimensions eng

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