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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In (14), it is implied that the error in linear interpolation is [absolute value of (f(x) - P(x))], where [??](x) is the interpolating polynomial.
The improved interpolating moving least-square method is first introduced in the second section, followed by the parameter space-derived cells in the third section.
Interpolating the HDMAC signal to produce high quality still images.
The interpolating for each unknown point does not depend on that of any of other points and thus can be carried out concurrently.
We generalize the same technique to build the family of four-point n-ary interpolating subdivision schemes.
In this F&I ADC design, interpolation block consist of two fully differential interpolating circuits, each of which is implemented using resistor voltage divider, because of its simplicity and power-efficiency.
The logic of interpolating pixel attribute values is as follows:
As we know there is a unique interpolating polynomial which can be written in different forms.
According to the Times, Touchco's interpolating force-sensitive resistance technology supports unlimited simultaneous touch inputs, the Times said.
One of the main results implies that every interpolating window method is a multiplier method.
Keith Klassen's Alfred was hot to trot for Rosalinde, humorously interpolating snatches of tunes from Italian opera, though his high notes were pinched-sounding.
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