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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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Also, the introduced spline could approximate to the interpolated function better than the standard cubic Hermite interpolation spline.
where n is the number of particle size grade and [P.sub.i,i] is the interpolated values of cumulative particle percentage.
The receiver adds the interpolated values of the H-band nodes and their interpolation errors to replace the original values with the interpolated values.
(1) AVNI: Interpolated Global Forecast System model, GHMI: Interpolated Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL) model, HWFI: Interpolated Hurricane Weather Research and Forecast system model, DSHP: Decay-Statistical Hurricane Intensity Prediction Scheme, LGEM: Logistic Growth Equation Model.
From many variants of the Interpolated DFT methods two were chosen: the one used in [11] and the one proposed in [6].
Prediction of field data at the boundary can be obtained using a quadratic interpolated initial and boundary condition (see (13)).
The value of a given NVC is interpolated from its neighboring SVCs or MVCs in both the cardinal and intermediate directions.
Toolex says the cutters have a constant relief profile to ensure a high quality surface finish and are suitable for longitudinal and interpolated machining on the front and back of surfaces and holes.
The information gathered with the app can be used directly in the existing mapping and interpolation software MapAtWork, making reporting of measurements and interpolated contours quick and efficient.
Scan Resolution - Up to 600 dpi, 9600 interpolated.
Naturally, the method by which a data set is interpolated will affect the values of the interpolants.
* Motion modes: position and speed profiles: PVT & PT interpolated, electronic gearing and cam, cyclic synchronous position, speed and torque