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SplineWeights   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
SplineWeights is an option for B-spline functions and graphics primitives that specifies weights of control points.
Splines   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica supports state-of-the-art splines for use both in graphics and computational applications. Mathematica allows not just cubic splines, but splines of any ...
SplineDegree   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
SplineDegree is an option for spline functions and graphics primitives that specifies the degree of polynomial basis to use.
Mathematica provides fully integrated spline graphics primitives, such as Bézier curves, B-spline curves, and B-spline surfaces. The spline primitives support a full range of ...
Building on Mathematica's unique base of visualization and graphics capabilities, Mathematica 7 adds several important new areas. Emphasizing integration and automation, ...
BSplineSurface   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
BSplineSurface[array] is a graphics primitive that represents a non-uniform rational B-spline surface defined by an array of x, y, z control points.
New in 7.0: Data Manipulation   (Mathematica Guide)
Building on Mathematica's unified symbolic architecture, Mathematica 7 introduces several major new integrated forms of data manipulation—including large-scale support for ...
SplineClosed   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
SplineClosed is an option for B-spline functions and graphics primitives that specifies whether spline curves or surfaces should be closed.
SplineKnots   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
SplineKnots is an option for B-spline functions and graphics primitives that specifies the positions of knots.
BSplineFunction   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
BSplineFunction[{pt_1, pt_2, ...}] represents a B-spline function for a curve defined by the control points pt_i.BSplineFunction[array] represents a B-spline function for a ...
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