Definitions for "interpolation"
Interpolation is the prediction of values outside of the dataset used to produce...
The method or operation of finding from a few given terms of a series, as of numbers or observations, other intermediate terms in conformity with the law of the series.
Mathematical-statistical process at the base of many graphical techniques; it creates a function between two o more known values.
The act of introducing or inserting anything, especially that which is spurious or foreign.
That which is introduced or inserted, especially something foreign or spurious.
Alteration or corruption of an ancient manuscript by inserting new or different material in the margins.
Another name for resampling.
The progressive calculation of a parameter between key frames.
To approximate the motion between one point and another using a group of points existing along the specified curves (straight line, arc, parabola, etc.).
Interpolation involves using existing sampled data points to predict values between these points. The simplest form of interpolation is to connect these data points with straight lines (a 2-tap linear interpolation filter).
A technique used to make sound smoother and take out the high pitched ringing sound that occurs when a sample is played below the sampling rate by drawing straight lines through the points instead of "stepping" through the sample. Some interpolation draws curves instead, giving clearer sound.
A method of reallocating attribute data from one spatial representation to another. A simple example is to reallocate data from sample points to polygons using Thiessen polygons. Kriging is a more complex example that allocates data from sample points to a surface.
Interpositioning Intrabudgetary transactions
the action of interjecting or interposing an action or remark that interrupts
a chapter, verse, sentence, phrase, word, or even sometimes a letter inserted into the Greek text that changes the original meaning and intention of the author
a word or phrase added to the text by a copyist in the interests of clarification
Different interpolation methods available in FEFLOW for 1D and 2D regionalization of time-constant as well as time-varying data via the Data regionalization menu.
Method for producing measuring increments which are smaller than a fourth of the scanning signal period.
the averaging of points to create a new point. This processing is used in digital effects systems for picture size changes, manipulation and to create new lines and points of video.
The process of extracting information by averaging the data which is found to either side. Used in rendering to scale large textures down to smaller sizes, and small textures to larger sizes.
Interpolation is the process of injecting additional dots to digitally enlarge the original.
Keywords:  foo, dinner, big, replacement, variable
Interpolation means the replacement of a variable name with its value. For example, if \$foo equals "dinner" then "big \$foo" is equal to "big dinner".
In music, interpolation is an abrupt change of elements, with (almost immediate) continuation of the first idea.
Generating additional information for an audio or video source based on information that is already known.
The act of playing a phrase taken from another composition or well-known improvisation within the context of one's own improvisation. Also known as quoting.
Deriving additional information from information presently known commonly used in audio terms as interpolating surround and center channel information in a matrixed surround sound system from the left and right front channels (creating four channels from two).
Takes the points on a wave form and smoothes them out reducing noise and distortion. Also used to smooth the edge of block graphics.
Keywords:  coupling, see
See "Coupling."