In Octave, a polynomial is represented by its coefficients (arranged in descending order). For example, a vector c of length N+1 corresponds to the following polynomial of order N
p(x) = c(1) x^N + … + c(N) x + c(N+1).
|• Evaluating Polynomials|
|• Finding Roots|
|• Products of Polynomials|
|• Derivatives / Integrals / Transforms|
|• Polynomial Interpolation|
|• Miscellaneous Functions|