interpolation definition

  • noun:
    • An abrupt improvement in elements, with continuation of the first idea.
    • the process of estimating the worth of a function at a point from its values at nearby things.
    • The process of including and processing externally-fetched data in a document or program; see interpolate.
    • That which is introduced or placed, specifically some thing international or spurious.
    • The act of exposing or inserting such a thing, specifically whatever is spurious or foreign.
    • what is introduced or placed, particularly one thing foreign or spurious.
    • the strategy or procedure of finding from a couple of provided terms of a series, as of figures or observations, various other intermediate terms in conformity with all the legislation associated with the show.
    • The work of interpolating; the insertion of brand new words or expressions in a book or manuscript; particularly, the falsification of a text by spurious or unauthorized insertions.
    • whatever is interpolated; brand-new or (especially) spurious matter placed; an unannounced or unauthorized insertion in a text.
    • In mathematics, the entire process of finding, from the provided values of a function for many values of variable, its estimated price for an intermediate value of the variable.
    • a note (talked or written) that's introduced or placed
    • (math) calculation regarding the value of a function involving the values currently understood
    • the activity of interjecting or interposing an action or comment that interrupts

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