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James,

it's perhaps better to continue by e-mail. Simply
use my full name 'hoffmann' in the visible address.
Then I can add scanned handdrawings. Much easier
than correct typesetting or writing formulas here.

The original equation is multiplied on both sides
from the left by M-transposed. This is the 'trick'
by Gauss, which delivers as many equations as
unknowns.

According to your example data, a peak cannot
be reconstructed by the function system as
recommended.
Of course you could use functions with peaks,
like z(x,y) = 1 / ( x*x + y*y + 0.1 ) , which would
cause a peak height z(0,0)=10 for weight factor p=1.
But this is pure fantasy - not the least related
to your data, unless you have additional information.
This is immediately obvious by a handdrawing.

Best regards --Gernot Hoffmann


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