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.

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Given the bivariate function being interpolated f(x, y) = sin([pi]/2)x cos([pi]/2)y, let a = 0 < 1 < 2 = b and c = -1 < 0 < 1 = d be the knot sequences.
In the cross-validation procedure, data of one particle size were left out and interpolated with remaining data.
If a local area with a strong edge is detected, the minimum gradient direction is selected from the horizontal, vertical, and diagonal directions and the target pixel is then interpolated using the neighboring pixels along the selected direction.
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.
Results show that the consensus using GRNN mostly outperforms all the models included in the study and the consensus models, including the ensemble mean, IVCN, and OFCI (the official, interpolated NHC forecast).
Up front, the Alcatel 1 has a 2MP camera (interpolated to 5MP), which is able to shoot videos at 720p HD at 30fps.
He further interpolated that more seat adjustments can be made with PTI and MMA.
Fortunately it can be improved using Interpolated DFT (IpDFT) methods, first introduced by Rife and Vincent in 1970 [1] and modified in many ways [2]-[6], [7].
where x is the longitudinal distance along the stream, t is time, T is the last time, and f(x), g(t), and h(t) are interpolated functions, while c(x, t) is the concentration averaged in depth at the point x and at time t, u(x, t) is the water flow velocity in the x direction for all x [member of] [0, L] at time t, D is the dispersion coefficient, and K is the mass decay rate.
The field of u and q at the boundary can be separately interpolated by the IIMLS method within the parameter space of each curve.
However, it is clear that, when the contour line is closed, the interpolated data in the inner exhibits the same elevation value as the closed contour line, which may result in error.