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extrapolation

 [ek-strap″o-la´shun]
inference of one or more unknown values on the basis of that which is known or has been observed; usually applied to estimation beyond the upper and lower ranges of observed data as opposed to interpolation between data points.

extrapolation

/ex·trap·o·la·tion/ (ek-strap″ah-la´shun) inference of a value on the basis of that which is known or has been observed.

extrapolation

the estimation of a value beyond a given series, for example, the extension of the line of a graph beyond the calculated points.

extrapolation

inference of a value on the basis of that which is known or has been observed; usually applied to estimation beyond the range of observed data as opposed to interpolation between data points.
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1 Comparison of the three vector extrapolation methods for different r and for n = 2048.
We will apply a polynomial vector extrapolation method [7, 34] namely RRE, to a vector sequence produced by an iterative method for computing the mini mal positive solution of NARE.
We applied a polynomial vector extrapolation method, namely reduced rank extrapolation (RRE), to the iterative method proposed by Lin [24] which computes the minimal positive solution of NARE as the minimal positive solution of a vector equation.
SADOK, Some results about vector extrapolation methods and related fixed point iterations, J.
10] --, Analysis of some vector extrapolation methods for linear systems, Numer.
If the original sequence is divergent, the sequence transformation acts as an extrapolation method to the anti-limit s.
It is useful to apply the extrapolation method to an equivalent preconditioned system.