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Mathematics
D-index
37
Citations
7,437
127
World Ranking
1251
National Ranking
24

- Mathematical analysis
- Algebra
- Geometry

Her primary areas of study are Interpolation, Mathematical analysis, Combinatorics, Topology and Algorithm. She has researched Interpolation in several fields, including Class, Mathematical optimization and Applied mathematics. She interconnects Boundary and Pure mathematics in the investigation of issues within Mathematical analysis.

Her Combinatorics research incorporates elements of Affine transformation, Binary number, Lie group, Invariant and Geodesic. Nira Dyn connects Topology with Tension in her research. Her work in Algorithm addresses issues such as Spline, which are connected to fields such as Thin plate spline, Smoothing and Computation.

- A butterfly subdivision scheme for surface interpolation with tension control (729 citations)
- A 4-point interpolatory subdivision scheme for curve design (549 citations)
- Numerical Procedures for Surface Fitting of Scattered Data by Radial Functions (324 citations)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Applied mathematics, Discrete mathematics, Mathematical analysis, Algorithm and Interpolation. The Applied mathematics study combines topics in areas such as Scheme, Smoothness, Mathematical optimization and Piecewise. Her Discrete mathematics study combines topics in areas such as Compact space, Metric, Polynomial, Algebra and Polynomial interpolation.

Her Mathematical analysis research integrates issues from Function and Pure mathematics. The various areas that Nira Dyn examines in her Algorithm study include Point, Image compression, Binary number and Combinatorics. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Space and Basis function.

- Applied mathematics (28.89%)
- Discrete mathematics (23.33%)
- Mathematical analysis (22.78%)

- Applied mathematics (28.89%)
- Discrete mathematics (23.33%)
- Pure mathematics (13.89%)

Nira Dyn focuses on Applied mathematics, Discrete mathematics, Pure mathematics, Metric and Algorithm. Nira Dyn has included themes like Smoothness, Limit and Piecewise in her Applied mathematics study. Her Discrete mathematics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Divided differences, Grid, Linear combination and Interpolation.

The study incorporates disciplines such as Graph, Piecewise linear function, Rank, Uniqueness and Domain in addition to Interpolation. Her research integrates issues of Spline and Hausdorff distance in her study of Pure mathematics. Her study on Computation is often connected to Manifold as part of broader study in Algorithm.

- Convergence of univariate non-stationary subdivision schemes via asymptotic similarity (24 citations)
- Regularity of generalized Daubechies wavelets reproducing exponential polynomials with real-valued parameters (21 citations)
- Full length article: Multivariate polynomial interpolation on lower sets (18 citations)

- Mathematical analysis
- Algebra
- Geometry

Nira Dyn mostly deals with Applied mathematics, Discrete mathematics, Univariate, Algorithm and Binary number. Her Applied mathematics study incorporates themes from Point, Wavelet and Continuous function. Her Discrete mathematics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Smoothing, Linear combination, Hermite polynomials and Interpolation.

Her Interpolation study frequently links to other fields, such as Combinatorics. Her research in Algorithm is mostly concerned with Computation. In Binary number, she works on issues like Sequence, which are connected to Geodesic.

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A butterfly subdivision scheme for surface interpolation with tension control

Nira Dyn;David Levine;John A. Gregory.

ACM Transactions on Graphics **(1990)**

1141 Citations

A 4-point interpolatory subdivision scheme for curve design

Nira Dyn;David Levin;John A. Gregory.

Computer Aided Geometric Design **(1987)**

844 Citations

Numerical Procedures for Surface Fitting of Scattered Data by Radial Functions

Nira Dyn;David Levin;Samuel Rippa.

Siam Journal on Scientific and Statistical Computing **(1986)**

496 Citations

Subdivision schemes in geometric modelling

Nira Dyn;David Levin.

Acta Numerica **(2002)**

471 Citations

Image warping by radial basis functions: applications to facial expressions

Nur Arad;Nira Dyn;Daniel Reisfeld;Yehezkel Yeshurun.

CVGIP: Graphical Models and Image Processing **(1994)**

349 Citations

Data Dependent Triangulations for Piecewise Linear Interpolation

Nira Dyn;David Levin;Samuel Rippa.

Ima Journal of Numerical Analysis **(1990)**

299 Citations

Optimizing 3D triangulations using discrete curvature analysis

Nira Dyn;Kai Hormann;Sun-Jeong Kim;David Levin.

mathematical methods for curves and surfaces **(2001)**

228 Citations

Analysis of uniform binary subdivision schemes for curve design

Nira Dyn;John A. Gregory;David Levin.

Constructive Approximation **(1991)**

224 Citations

Analysis of asymptotically equivalent binary subdivision schemes

N. Dyn;D. Levin.

Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications **(1995)**

190 Citations

Image compression by linear splines over adaptive triangulations

Laurent Demaret;Nira Dyn;Armin Iske.

Signal Processing **(2006)**

180 Citations

Journal of Approximation Theory

(Impact Factor: 0.993)

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Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.

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