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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In May 2013 interpolation entitled 'Kashmir on the backdrop of withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan in 2014' was submitted for a debate by the Chairman of the Norwegian parliamentary Kashmir Committee and Christian Democrat (KrF) Party leader Mr.
Bilinear Interpolation is associate operation that determines the intensity from the weighted average of the four nearest pixels to the desired input coordinates, so assigns that worth to the output coordinates [15].
2005) further improved the interpolation of the elevation of SVCs by considering the spatial relationship between SVC-associated contours and their neighboring contours.
Raster Tools was developed based on direct feedback from users who wanted the same interpolation controls offered in Golden Software products within the ArcMap environment," stated Golden Software CEO Blakelee Mills.
The integration constant is acquired by integrating the above equation twice and utilizing interpolation condition.
To assign a suitable intensity value to unknown pixels in HR image is the task of interpolation technique which is used in magnification [2].
The interpolation process described here in effect "stretches" limited-area METAR observations across the broader domain between stations and accounts for terrain effects on ceiling height.
The main contributions of the paper are dealing with presentation the method that connects such problems as: interpolation, extrapolation, modeling, numerical methods and probabilistic methods.
In Section 2 we present two different expressions for the Laurent polynomials of Hermite interpolation whose nodes are the roots of complex unimodular numbers.
However it is a fact that IDW and Kriging methods of interpolation have also been used in international research for the mapping of drought indices.
Interpolation is a technique used to estimate data points where no data were collected [10].
A range of spatial interpolation methods are available from simple predictions to sophisticated and complex procedures (Sun et al, 2009).