Interpolation

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Interpolation

The process of inserting additional words in a complete document or instrument in such manner as to alter its intended meaning; the addition of words to a complete document or instrument.

Interpolation is synonymous with interlineation.

See: expletive, insertion, interference, intervention
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Optical resolution has been increased to 300 by 600 dpi, or 2400 by 2400 interpolated resolution.
mono/color) 18ppm / 16ppm 22cpm / 20cpm Automatic Document Feeder Up to 20 pages Up to 35 pages Multi-Copy Capability Up to 99 copies Maximum Copy Resolution (dpi) 1200 x 600(a) 1200 x 1200(a) Reduction/Enlargement Range 25% to 400% COLOR SCAN Interpolated Resolution (max dpi) 19,200 x 19,200 Optical Resolution (Max dpi) 600 x 2400 1200 x 2400 Windows(R) Software ScanSoft(R) PaperPort(R) SE with OCR Mac(R) Software Presto
Offering 24-bit color capabilities, the Astra 300P also provides single-pass scanning and optical resolution 300x600 dpi with an interpolated resolution up to 4800-dpi for delivering the highest quality scans.
mono/color) 18ppm / 16ppm 20cpm / 18cpm Automatic Document Feeder Up to 10 pages Multi-Copy Capability Up to 99 copies Maximum Copy Resolution (dpi) 1200 x 600(a) Reduction/Enlargement Range 25% to 400% MFC-240c MFC-440cn MFC-665cw COLOR SCAN Interpolated Resolution (max dpi) 19,200 x 19,200 Optical Resolution (Max dpi) 600 x 2400 Windows(R) Software ScanSoft(R) PaperPort(R) with OCR Mac(R) Software Presto
Apple Color OneScanner 1200/30 users will enjoy a 600 x 1200 optical resolution and a 4800 x 4800 interpolated resolution for improved OCR accuracy and scanning small areas at high resolutions.
When operating as a scanner, these units are capable of color scanning up to 19,200 x 19,200 dpi interpolated resolution (up to 600 x 2400 dpi optical).