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interpolate -- as in: interpolate the data
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as in: interpolate the data Define
estimates a value that lies between two known values or in digital imaging: adding pixels (dots or resolution) to an image based upon examination of surrounding pixels
  • If a straight line crosses through 2, 4, and 8, we can interpolate that it passes through 6.
  • Interpolated resolution does not add any detail, but it can make line art look a little smoother.
  • The mathematician found the answer using interpolation on the graph containing the data.
  • Kant insisted that ideas of that kind not be considered interpolations serving to fill in the gaps, but should be considered as concepts that need to stand on their own.

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  • The most learned scholars of Christianity now unanimously recognize this verse to be a later interpolation of the Church and it is not included in modern Bibles.
  • We can interpolate the digital image to try to make it look less grainy, but selecting the best method of interpolation is as much art as science.
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as in: interpolate the data Define
estimates a value that lies between two known values or in digital imaging: adding pixels (dots or resolution) to an image based upon examination of surrounding pixels
as in: interpolate the manuscript Define
to insert words into texts -- often falsifying it
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