Definitions for "extrapolation"
Extrapolation is the prediction of values outside of the dataset used to produce...
The prediction of the value of a variable outside the measured range or an inference of the value of a variable of a related outcome (eg the extrapolation of a reduction in the rate of progression to AIDS from a stabilisation or improvement in the CD4 count).
To infer that which is not known from that which is known.
Extrapolation is John McLaughlin's debut solo album. It was recorded at Advision Studios in London on January 18, 1969 and released later that year by Giorgio Gomelsky's Marmalade Records and distributed by Polydor Records.
Extrapolation is an American journal of academic essays on speculative fiction. Founded in 1959 by Thomas D. Clareson, Extrapolation was published at the College of Wooster until 1979 when it moved to the Kent State University Press.
Keywords:  drinker, retro, bac, alcohol, quantity
The process of computing BAC at a given time using physical characteristics of the drinker, the quantity of alcohol consumed and the period of time over which alcohol is consumed and when alcohol was last consumed. Sometimes referred to as retro-grade extrapolation.
If something is good, then it's worth extrapolating. See Extreme Programming, Ringfencing and Avoid Boolean
Keywords:  factor
The process of applying primary research results to the entire potential market in order to find the market size for a product or service of a potential market.