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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Thus, only one coefficient has to be calculated to use the proposed Interpolated DFT method with a new window.
t+1] should be consistent and form a continuous scene, there is motion to link the interpolated frame [f.
The Central Zone (CZ): this mineralisation appears to be focussed at the intersection of a significant N-S and NNE striking structures, but is less well drilled and contains 4% of the interpolated mineralisation.
Consequently, the beamforming estimator after the interpolated array transform can be written as
Interpolated values are then correlated to the original data and to nearby interpolated points; unless these correlations are taken into account, uncertainty calculations will give misleading results, generally underestimating errors in the spectral sums by significant amounts.
For whole life insurance policies, the gift tax value is the policy's interpolated terminal reserve value plus any premiums the owner had paid that covered the period after the date of the gift.
In Part I of Don Quixote the interpolated tales reiterate Don Quixote's chief ethical flaw: the desire to force others to conform to his absurd, idealistic view of life.
The first experiment presented here tests whether equivalence classes based upon MTS training alone, after they have been established through testing, are as vulnerable to the effects of subsequent discordant PA training of relations between the names of the stimuli as they were when such PA training was interpolated after MTS training but prior to any testing as in Dickins et al.
There was an acquisition phase, an interpolated activity phase and a retention test.
Here we are treated to suggestive interpretations of a number of texts, from pastoral and byzantine romances to interpolated tales and dramatic works.
High accuracy is achieved using true lines on disk rather than interpolated lower line counts.
The images in the library correspond to a range of possibilities and may be interpolated for better resolution.