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interpolation

 [in-ter″po-la´shun]
the determination of intermediate values in a series on the basis of observed values.

interpolation

/in·ter·po·la·tion/ (in-ter″po-la´shun) the determination of intermediate values in a series on the basis of observed values.

interpolation

[intur′pəlā′shən]
1 the transfer of tissues, as in plastic surgery or transplantation.
2 (in statistics) the introduction of an estimated intermediate value of a variable between known values.

in·ter·po·la·tion

(in-tĕrpŏ-lāshŭn)
Surgical excision of tissue from one site for transfer to another site.

interpolation

1. surgical transplantation of tissue.
2. use a range of values in order to determine the value of a function at a point within the range. See also extrapolation.
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Reconstruction phase: Based on Lagrange interpolation formula, the secret verification and reconstruction can be completed by computing the same interpolating coefficients [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (d = 1, .
We start by recalling briefly the construction of the Xu interpolation formula of degree n on the square [[-1,1].
7) in the case that cos([alpha]) = cos([beta]), allows us to give a form of the interpolation formula with pointwise evaluation cost O(N).
Our Fortran implementation of the Xu interpolation formula resorts to all the tricks just described, in particular the last one with the experimental value Cein = 10, i.
In this section we report some numerical and theoretical results, concerning another key feature of the Xu interpolation formula, that is the behavior of its Lebesgue constant; see [3, 4].
The above results about the Lebesgue constant of the Xu interpolation points, allow us to immediately derive convergence estimates for the corresponding interpolation formula.
The actual approximation behavior of the Xu interpolation formula has still to be investigated thoroughly.
2], we get a (in general) non-polynomial interpolation formula
VIANELLO, A numerical study of the XU polynomial interpolation formula, Computing, 76(3-4) (2005), pp.
b) For efficient execution in MATLAB, the barycentric interpolation formulas (12) and (15) below were coded as matrix-vector multiplications.