A linear interpolation



  • An abrupt change in elements, with continuation of the first idea.
  • The process of estimating the value of a function at a point from its values at nearby points.
  • The process of including and processing externally-fetched data in a document or program; see interpolate.
  • That which is introduced or inserted; in contexts of content analysis of centuries-old texts, especially something foreign or spurious.
  • The use of a melody from a previously recorded song, but recreated rather than sampled from that recording.


Similar words


  • From French interpolation, from Latin interpolatio.
  • Morphologically interpolate + -ion

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