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comment What's the most efficient way to fit a surface to three or more points?
You are awesome. Thank you! I just finished coding a set of basic linear algebra functions, I tried out your formula and, so far, everything is working perfectly! Thanks!
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I've updated the question to reflect that regression is indeed the required method.
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comment What's the most efficient way to fit a surface to three or more points?
I suppose the reason I'm looking for a regression solution, is that later I may be working with more than 3 points. Ideally, if someone can provide both a linear algebra solution for 3 points and a regression solution for other cases, that would be great.