IoT Devices Signals Processing based on Multi-dimensional Shepard Local Approximation Operators in Riesz MV-algebras
AbstractIn this article we continue the study started in  to use Riesz MValgebras for IoT devices signals processing. The Shepard local approximation operators introduced in  were defines such that to approximate single variable functions. In real industrial usage, the signals coming from IoT devices may be influenced by mode than a parameter, and thus we introduce generalized Shepard local approximation operators that can approximate multi-dimensional functions and some numerical experiments are considered.
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