Locally supported, quasi-interpolatory bases on graphs
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Lagrange functions are localized bases that have many applications in signal processing and data approximation. Their structure and fast decay make them excellent tools for constructing approximations. Here, we propose perturbations of Lagrange functions on graphs that maintain the nice properties of Lagrange functions while also having the added benefit of being locally supported. Moreover, their local construction means that they can be computed in parallel, and they are easily implemented via quasi-interpolation.