Difference between revisions of "Interpolation"

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More generally, any estimation method where the estimated result lies in between two known data points.  (Not necessarily using straight-line methods of estimation.)
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Revision as of 12:16, 13 March 2014

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A straight-line estimation method where the estimated result lies in between two known data points.

Also known as Linear interpolation.


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More generally, any estimation method where the estimated result lies in between two known data points.

(Not necessarily using straight-line methods of estimation.)


See also