Pade-legendre interpolants for Gibbs reconstruction
We discuss the use of Pade-Legendre interpolants as an approach for the postprocessing of data contaminated by Gibbs oscillations. A fast interpolation based reconstruction is proposed and its excellent performance illustrated on several problems. Almost non-oscillatory behavior is shown without knowledge of the position of discontinuities. Then we consider the performance for computational data obtained from nontrivial tests, revealing some sensitivity to noisy data. A domain decomposition approach is proposed as a partial resolution to this and illustrated with examples.