UNISAM2 - UNIformly SAMple a 2-D function f(x1,x2) unisam2 [optional parameters] outputfile Required Parameters: none Optional Parameters: x1= array of x1 values at which input f(x1,x2) is sampled ... Or specify a unform linear set of values for x1 via: nx1=1 number of input samples in 1st dimension dx1=1 input sampling interval in 1st dimension fx1=0 first input sample in 1st dimension ... n1=1 number of output samples in 1st dimension d1= output sampling interval in 1st dimension f1= first output sample in 1st dimension x2= array of x2 values at which input f(x1,x2) is sampled ... Or specify a unform linear set of values for x2 via: nx2=1 number of input samples in 2nd dimension dx2=1 input sampling interval in 2nd dimension fx2=0 first input sample in 2nd dimension ... n2=1 number of output samples in 2nd dimension d2= output sampling interval in 2nd dimension f2= first output sample in 2nd dimension ... method1=linear =linear for linear interpolation =mono for monotonic bicubic interpolation =akima for Akima bicubic interpolation =spline for bicubic spline interpolation method2=linear =linear for linear interpolation =mono for monotonic bicubic interpolation =akima for Akima bicubic interpolation =spline for bicubic spline interpolation NOTES: The number of input samples is the number of x1 values times the number of x2 values. The number of output samples is n1 times n2. The output sampling intervals (d1 and d2) and first samples (f1 and f2) default to span the range of input x1 and x2 values. In other words, d1=(x1max-x1min)/(n1-1) and f1=x1min; likewise for d2 and f2. Interpolation is first performed along the 2nd dimension for each value of x1 specified. Interpolation is then performed along the 1st dimension. AUTHOR: Dave Hale, Colorado School of Mines, 01/12/91\n"