Fint2d: 2-d Interpolation

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

View source: R/Fint2d.R

Description

Interpolate a function of two variables by rounding (i.e. taking the nearest value), bilinear or bicubic interpolation.

Usage

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Fint2d(X, Ws, s, method = c("round", "bilinear", "bicubic"), derivs = FALSE, ...)

Arguments

X

A numeric n by m matrix giving the value of the function at the old coordinates.

Ws

A numeric k by 2 matrix of new grid coordinates where k <= m * n.

s

A numeric k by 2 matrix of old grid coordinates where k <= m * n.

method

character naming one of “round” (default), “bilinear”, or “bicubic” giving the specific interpolation method to use.

derivs

logical, should the gradient interpolatants be returned?

...

Not used.

Details

Method round simply returns the values at each grid point that correspond to the nearest points in the old grid.

Interpolation of a function, say H, is achieved by the following formula (cf. Gilleland et al 2010, sec. 3), where r and s represent the fractional part of their respective coordinate. that is, r = x - g( x ) and s = y - g( y ), where g( x ) is the greatest integer less than x.

sum_k sum_l b_k( r ) * b_l( s ) * H(g( x ) + l, g( y ) + k).

The specific choices for the values of b_l and b_k and their ranges depends on the type of interpolation. For bilinear interpolation, they both range from 0 to 1, and are given by: b_0( x ) = 1 - x and b_1( x ) = x. for bicubic interpolation, they both range from -1 to 2 and are given by:

b_-1( t ) = (2 * t^2 - t^3 - t) / 2

b_0( t ) = (3 * t^3 - 5 * t^2 + 2) / 2

b_1( t ) = (4 * t^2 - 3 * t^3 + t) / 2

b_2( t ) = ((t - 1) * t^2) / 2.

Value

If deriv is FALSE, then a matrix is returned whose values correspond to the new coordinates. Otherwise a list is returned with components:

xy

matrix whose values correspond to the new coordinates.

dx, dy

matrices giving the x and y direction gradients of the interpolation.

Author(s)

Eric Gilleland

References

Gilleland and co-authors (2010) Spatial forecast verification: Image warping. NCAR Technical Note, NCAR/TN-482+STR, DOI: 10.5065/D62805JJ.

See Also

rigider, rigidTransform

Examples

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# see rigider for an example.

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