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interpolation

 [in-ter″po-la´shun]
the determination of intermediate values in a series on the basis of observed values.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

in·ter·po·la·tion

(in-tĕrpŏ-lāshŭn)
Surgical excision of tissue from one site for transfer to another site.
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In conclusion, we can see that the 8J-OBMC can interpolate the target block while correcting the incorrect motion vector.
On the other hand, we can use the same Mairhuber argument to show that a six-dimensional subspace cannot interpolate the functionals in question.
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At any location, interpolate between the red lines to find the Universal Time of maximum eclipse.
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In this case, we can't use Section 2-2 to interpolate these pixels.
Put a pencil dot at any location, and interpolate between the lines to find the values for that spot.
With a remote assigned to each student, the instructor may interpolate questions via the blackboard, overhead projector, or computer screen.
The following procedure may be used to interpolate from a set of scattered-data values to a rectangular grid defined by lines of latitude and longitude:
Eventually, the program will even be able to interpolate between the two to find an optimum solution.
Interpolate between the red time lines to get the Universal Time of the event.