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Subject:   Lorentzian series for Curve Fitting
Author: OptimalDesigns
Date: Nov 23 2005
For real-world data curve fitting using a Lorentzian [ 1/ ( 1 + x^2 )] series
is a good bet. Why isn't this Lorentzian model taught in school?

Other math models for curve fitting include Sine, Damped Sine, Exponential and
Power series.  The Sine (fourier) series is taught but no software demos for
hands-on experience and understanding.  Suggest adding some sinusoidal curve
fitting demos to classes.

Learn real-world curve fitting with the use of CurvFit software at
http://digitalCalculus.com/page/593042

Anyone publishing a textbook with some info on curve fitting?  If so, please
contact me for some practical example problems.

Phil

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