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Today, Charlie wrapped up several loose ends in his lectures, including the connection with the classical Whitney extension theorem, the role of convex bodies and Whitney convexity, and a glimpse as to how one obtains the remarkably fast (almost linear time) algorithms in which one actually computes interpolation of functions from finite amounts of data.

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