BOX_DISPLAY is a MATLAB program which creates a plot over a range of integer boxes, whose default color is gray, but some of which can be painted red (new stuff) and some painted blue (old stuff)
box_display ( m, n, @blue, @red, title )where
The computer code and data files made available on this web page are distributed under the GNU LGPL license.
BOX_DISPLAY is available in a MATLAB version.
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TD represents the total degree polynomials for which D1 + D2 <= L. Blue indicates "old" data, and red "new".
MD represents the maximum degree polynomials for which max ( D1, D2 ) <= L. Blue indicates "old" data, and red "new".
HC represents the hyperbolic cross polynomials for which (D1+1)*(D2+1) <= L. Blue indicates "old" data, and red "new".
CC represents the Smolyak Clenshaw Curtis polynomials for which log2(D1-1)+log2(D2-1) <= L. Blue indicates "old" data, and red "new".
DEGREE8 represents the monomials precisely integrated by quadrature rules, assuming the quadrature rule is just powerful enough to integrate x^8 and y^8.
DEGREE48 represents the monomials precisely integrated by an anisotropic quadrature rule, assuming the quadrature rule is just powerful enough to integrate x^4 and y^8. Our anisotropy essentially weights the x exponent twice as much as y.
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