In the quiz I noticed that we do not have p_0. If we need more equations to calculate the coefficients, can we take more derivatives on p?

Does curvature being zero at endpoints mean second-order derivative being zero?

Can we have some example problems of this?

Same question as @donglaix

@tracychen @donglaix Yes---curvature being zero means only the second-order derivative is zero.

@Qwerty For additional problems on splines, I suggest taking a look at the past finals posted on Piazza (see Spring 2014 & Spring 2016 exams).

In the quiz I noticed that we do not have p_0. If we need more equations to calculate the coefficients, can we take more derivatives on p?

Does curvature being zero at endpoints mean second-order derivative being zero?

Can we have some example problems of this?

Same question as @donglaix

@tracychen @donglaix Yes---curvature being zero means only the second-order derivative is zero.

@Qwerty For additional problems on splines, I suggest taking a look at the past finals posted on Piazza (see Spring 2014 & Spring 2016 exams).