The Sparse Grid Interpolation Toolbox is a Matlab toolbox for recovering (approximating) expensive, possibly high-dimensional multivariate functions.
It was developed by Andreas Klimke at the Institute of Applied Analysis and Numerical Simulation at the High Performance Scientific Computing lab ("Lehrstuhl für Numerische Mathematik für Höchstleistungsrechner"), Universität Stuttgart during his Ph.D. studies.
Andreas continues to maintain and improve the toolbox in his spare time since April 2006. He is very grateful to the group and, in particular, Prof. Dr. Wohlmuth for the possibility to continue to host the Sparse Grid Interpolation Toolbox on the institute's Web site.
For more information on sparse grid interpolation and the features of the toolbox, please go to the About page.
Please note the License information.
When referencing the toolbox in a publication, please cite these references.
|May 25, 2008||Version v5.1.1 released|
|February 24, 2008||Version v5.1.0 released|
|December 23, 2007||Version v5.0.0 released|
|October 24, 2007||Version v4.0.0 released|
|March 3, 2007||Version v3.5.1 released|
|July 25, 2006||Version v3.5.0 released|
|June 12, 2006||Version v3.2.0 released|
|January 30, 2006||Version v3.0.1beta released|
|January 13, 2006||Sparse Grid Interpolation Toolbox Web page online|
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