Interpolation

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Interpolation

A method of approximating a price or yield that is unknown by using numbers that are known.

Interpolation

An estimate of an unknown variable using known variables that are somehow related to the unknown variable.
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The ScanMaker IISP, with 300 x 600 dpi optical resolution and 1200 x 1200 dpi interpolated resolution, was named 1994 Editors' Choice by PC Magazine and Imaging Magazine.
4 or greater Emulation Windows(R) GDI COPY Stand-Alone Copying (without PC) Yes Copy Speed Up to 20cpm Original Document Handling Flatbed and ADF Multi-Copy Capability Up to 99 copies Maximum Copy Resolution (dpi) 600 dpi Reduction/Enlargement Range 25%-400% COLOR SCAN & PC FAX Interpolated Resolution 9600 x 9600 Optical Resolution 600 x 2400 Gray Scale/Color Depth 256 shade/48 bit Document Viewer Software ScanSoft(R) PaperPort(R) Presto(R) PageManager(R) OCR Software - For Windows(R) OmniPage(R) - For Mac(R) Presto(R) PageManager(R) MISCELLANEOUS Network-Ready Optional (Ext.
The MFC-210c, functions as a high-quality color flatbed scanner with up to 19,200 dpi interpolated resolution (600 x 2400 dpi optical) and 36-bit color depth.
Used as a color scanner, the MFC-8440 has the ability to scan up to 9600x9600dpi interpolated resolution (600x2400dpi optical) on either the legal-size document glass or through the ADF.
Up to 21cpm Multi-Copy Capability Up to 99 copies Maximum Copy Resolution (dpi) 600 dpi Reduction/Enlargement Range 25%-400% SCAN Optical Resolution (dpi) 600 x 2400 Interpolated Resolution (dpi) 9600 x 9600 Document Viewer/OCR Software For Windows(R).
and interpolated resolutions of up to 16,000 dpi, with color output of