represents the n Bernstein basis function of degree d at x.
- Mathematical function, suitable for both symbolic and numerical manipulation.
- BernsteinBasis is defined for real argument x.
- BernsteinBasis[d,n,x] equals between and and zero elsewhere.
Basic Examples (3)
Evaluate a Bernstein basis polynomial numerically:
The first few polynomials:
Expand into piecewise functions: