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    Orthogonal Polynomials in three variables

    Hey,

    to improve a multivariate least squares regression, I am searching for orthogonal polynomials in three variables up to order 2 or 3. I found the general formulation for multivariate Laguerre or Legendre polynomials, but I don't know how to compute them for the three variable case.

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    spileee
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    Re: Orthogonal Polynomials in three variables

    Which scalar product is used to define "orthogonal"?

    You can use any basis and the Gram–Schmidt process to find an orthogonal basis.
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