## Look up: extrapolation

1. Extrapolation
[album] Extrapolation is the debut album by Jazz guitarist John McLaughlin. It was recorded at Advision Studios in London on January 18, 1969 and first released later that year by Giorgio Gomelsky`s Marmalade Records. The album was not released in the US until 1972, following McLaughlin`s su...
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2. Extrapolation
[journal] Extrapolation is an American academic journal covering speculative fiction. It was founded in 1959 by Thomas D. Clareson and was initially published at the College of Wooster. In 1979 it moved to the Kent State University Press. A decade later, Clareson stepped down as editor and w...
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3. Extrapolation
In mathematics, extrapolation is the process of constructing new data points. It is similar to the process of interpolation, which constructs new points between known points, but the results of extrapolations are often less meaningful, and are subject to greater uncertainty. It may also mean extens...
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4. Extrapolation
Extrapolation is when the value of a variable is estimated at times which have not yet been observed. This estimate may be reasonably reliable for short times into the future, but for longer times, the estimate is liable to become less accurate.
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5. extrapolation
[n] - (mathematics) calculation of the value of a function outside the range of known values 2. [n] - an inference about the future (or about some hypothetical situation) based on known facts and observations
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6. extrapolation
noun (mathematics) calculation of the value of a function outside the range of known values
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7. extrapolation
(ek-strap″o-la´shәn) 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.
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8. extrapolation
(from the article `automata theory`) ...to solve certain mathematical equations, then the data read from physically generated time series (or numerical values indexed consecutively in ... ...strong tetrapositive state, tin shows about equal stability in the tetrapositive and dipositive states, while...
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9. Extrapolation
The idea of estimating a value by extending information at hand outside its immediate range. In LP, an extrapolation estimate of the optimal objective value uses dual price (y) as a slope: z^(b + h) = z(b) + yh. For a sequence {x^k}, an extrapolation is an estimate of a limit point.
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10. extrapolation
extrapolation
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11. Extrapolation
A method or technique that extends data from a known location to another position for which the values are not known.
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12. extrapolation
1) Calculation 2) Computation 3) Figuring 4) Reckoning
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