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  • n. A point interpolated between others
  • n. A function used to generate interpolation


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  • Then there is a sentence φ of L ˆ© M which is true in all models of T and false in all models of U. (This sentence φ is called the interpolant.)

    First-order Model Theory

  • The vertically filtered station data from each section are interpolated onto an evenly spaced latitudinal or longitudinal grid depending on section orientation at 0.033° spacing using a shape-preserving piecewise cubic Hermite interpolant at each pressure level.

    Recyclable AbathyThermograph Instruments « Climate Audit


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